(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Elchanette (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), 1960"

.^ 



ELCHANETTE '60 



]i 




¡il 



oliiíltpts/éíc^ 



m 



f¿^ [ílA.^^)S 



■^i^t^^fyii^ 




Ljeókiva Ulniueróitu 
^J4ian ^ckool ÍJ-or Ljirtá 

2301 ^n^der .^venui 

Erootí^n 26, n y. 



'^n the ^.y^andó of the i^reutor.,, 

isrn 



D 
E 
D 
I 
C 
A 
T 
I 

O 
N 




We the grcidiiating class of 5720 dedicate our yearbook 
to our creation. We are born, we live, we die and for 
this we give thanks. As we hover on the brink of experi- 
ence, we bear in 7innd that 7iaiight was created in vain 
and all was created to be used to its fullest. Our creator 
has wrought great miracles by merely bringing this world 
into existence. We, the forebearers of humanity for 7nany 
generations to come, tndy acknowledge the greatness and 
7nanife station of creation, and accept our burden to carry 
out the wishes of the Almiçrhty. 

ABBY H. GOLDSTEIN 
editor-in-chief 






¿Jhe l/L/ofld ¿ó a S^ta 



f 



1 




ELCHA NETTE THEATRE 
CENTRAL CORP. 

PREMIERE — September ii, 1956 

Dr. Samuel Belkin 

with 

Rabbi Friedman and Dr. Lewin 

in association with Yeshiva University Productions Inc. 

Presents 

IN THE HANDS OF THE CREATOR . . 
THE WORLD IS A STAGE 

A neve autobiographical sketch 

Starring 

- THE GRADUATES - 



Books, Syllabus avd Ciirriciiti/v/ by 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

and 

JEWISH AGENCY 



rodiiction Associate 
Dr. S. Saphire 


Costiniies by 
Seventeen 


Directed by 
Faculty 


Choreography by 
Service Squad 


Settings and Lighting by 
Miguel 


Hairstyles by 
Nightly Pinups 



WINNER OF THE BELLEVUE CRITICS AWARD- 1956-1960 

5716-5720 
"Wonderful Work! "-Gabby Gatz 




ZJaoíe of Contentó 



2 DEDICATION 
3 PLAYBILL 

5 DIRECTORS (Administrarion) 
7 FACULTY 

13 WHO'S WHO IN THE CAST (Graduates) 

40 SCHOLARSHIPS 

41 THE THEATRE 

42 A PLAY IN FOUR ACTS (Diary) 

50 SCENES FROM HERE & THERE 

51 CLUBS AND TEAMS 

74 ELCHANETTE STAFF 

76 OVERTURE (Sing) 

77 ORIGINAL /MANUSCRIPT 
(Literature) 

89 BACKERS (Advertisements) 





Dr. Shelley Saphire 

Siipervising Principal 



^.^dmínióíratíon 




Mr. Samuel Levine 
Director 





Dr. Samuel Belkin 

President, 
Yeshivct University 




-^r--CTS3~~™TÇ,îï - 




Dr. Isaac Lewin 

Principal, 

Hebrew Departvieii, 



Rabbi Charles Friedman 

Principal, 

English Department 



a 
c 
u 

1 
t 

y 





This picture makes my blood clot. 






^Jwebrew faculta 



Mr. I. Hoffman 




Mr. A. Steif 




Mr. A. 'Kamber 



Rabbi H. Perlman 




nnDP 



Dr. J. Joffen, Jewish Ethics 
Mr. S. Sibermintz, Hebrew Music 



Miss S. Sonnenfeld 





Air. |. Weinstein 



Rabbi E. Rosenmund 





Rabbi Y. Dardac 




Dr. I. Linick 




C^naliók Zracult 



'9 



^ 



Mr. H. Lapidus 




Social ^tudit 



Rabbi J. Sodden 





Mr. L. Kussin 




Mr. A. Sokolow 




Mr. B. Annenberg 



10 




Sa 




Miss Z. Epstein 




Mr. L. Alper 




Mr. H. Fohr 





Mr. P. Gendler 



Mr. I. Cantor 



Mr. A. Glass 




Dr. M. Applebaum 




Mr. R. Bassel 



JUc 



anauaae 



f 



Mr. M. Mashal 



/ 



y ^ * '"" "'^'^¡^^-^^ 'í^ri-v?^^^í'^ 




Mrs. E. Jacobson 
Art 





Mr. E. Grossman 
Music 



Mrs. E. Tessel 
Business 




11 




Mr. H. Epstein 



Mr. H. Raab 






Mr. M. Spin 

also Student Advisor 



Mrs. E. Green, Physical Education 



^ 



^w 



«V 




^^^' 



c^^- 



#% 



rl'/aintenanc 



Mrs. J. Halpem 

Secretary 



Mrs. M. Santiago 





12 



Who's 




the 



Cast 






CECILLE E. ABRAiMOWITZ 

"Thoughts are mightier than 

strength of hand." 
Cecille expounds her philosophy, 
in Chmiiash and debating, in a 
few million well-chosen words. 



nsicn 'i^iy 



-2 n-Tox 



D\ ORA APPEL 

"Gentle of speech, bénéficient of 

mind." 
Dvora, our happy wanderer 
who hails from Washington, 
Boro Park, and Queens, is the 
appel of our eye. 

iDH Tm nL"23i n.s'2 mim 



RUTH BERGSTEIN 

"She imparts vivacity, novelty, 

exuberance." 
When Ruth was is Israel for a 
year, we all missed her wit and 
witticisms. When she returned, 
we welcomed home a budding 
new actress. 

nji2n nsvoi nnv"i 




BARBARA BIENENSTOCK 

"As good natured a soul as e'er 

trod on shoe of leather." 
Barbara's willingness to work 
and her humorous manner made 
her a valuable member of the 
Debating Team and Senior So- 
cial Committee. 




14 



The bus was late; so I took the next best thing.. 



J 




"Looks like some of 
my teachers, huh?" 



SUSAN BRODY 

"Words sweet as honey from her 
lips distul'd." 

Suzie's popularity won her many 
a term on the G.O. whose ses- 
sions she brightened with her 
sunny smile and sparkling blue 
eyes. 

nu3^n n^3"i r])'7^^ open .muT 





PHYLLIS BOUER 

"Charm strikes the sight and merit 
wins the soul." 

From Chopsticks to Chopin, 
Phyllis is a pro whose talented 
vivacity was enjoyed by all. 




ESTHER ANN COHEN 

"In her mind the wisest books." 
Esther's devoted service to Cen- 
tral is the reason that she knows 
every book outside and in— the 
book room. 

njivT Tnn nnsD fiDN 



PHYLLIS DRILLICK 
"The mildest manners and the 
bravest mind." 
Though Phyllis always pressed 
the panic button, this swell kid's 
results were always great. A 
furrowed brow, a trembling 
hand — a smiling face, a 98. 

DniD^n 





15 



ma 




EILEEN ELBAUM 

"A lady richly clad is she, comely 

exceedingly." 
Add some drama, an artistic 
touch, a iieartful of vivid per- 
sonality, a late dash for the bell, 
and we have "our friend Eileen." 




niysvn na^ 



n^i-nn 



<<^:? 



"I'm unexcused, now 
what?" 




HANNAH ELSTEIN 

"Oiild of the pure and dreaming 

eves of wonder." 
Hannah, our picturesque painter, 
left a vivid impression on the 
ELCHANETTE, her classroom, 
and in everything else she par- 
took. 




ROSE B. ENGEL 

"There is more heart in .humor 

and more head in wit." 
A true sense of humor colored 
all of Rose's activities: the EL- 
CHANETTE, Purim Shpiels, 
and plays. She's just a load of 
fun! 
niDin no-j'i: ¡nnotr r]p'r}}2^ nysiti» 




BARBARA EPSTEIN 

"Good nature and good sense 

must ever join." 
Need a quick wit and frailich 
personality'? Barbara fills the bill; 
and her interest for the student 
body fills Barbara's heart. 

níD^n □'ym3 nnoîr . . . l ]y^^ 



16 




GOLDIE F. FELD 

"For every deed of mischief slie 
had a heart to resolve, a head to 
contrive, and a hand to execute." 

Carefree, versatile Goldie is not 
only an actress but also a bri- 
liant ELCHANETTE artist. 
"What, me worry?" 




. . . meanwhile, 
back in the teachers' room. 



RENA FELDBIN 

"Kind hearts are more than coro- 
nets." 
This pretty "queen of Queens" 
came to us in her Sophomore 
year, radiant smile and all and 
added her glow to Central's 
switchboard. 




BERNICE NATALIE FINE 

"A virtuous heart herewith a lofty 

mind." 
Many-sided Bernice put her 
fÎ72e character and capabilities 
on display in the library and the 
G.O. 




FLORENCE FRANK 

"Her ivory hands, on the ivory 

keys, strayed in a fitful fantasy." 

Florence was Central's Garbo 

and Van Clibum. Her talent 

deserves a capital T. 




17 




LILLIAN FRANK 

"I was bom to laughter and 
merry comrades make me glow." 
Five-foot two, eyes of brown, 
and a pretty "slick chick" in 
general, Lillian is always good 
for a hearty laugh. 






SHARON CAROL FRIEDKIN 

"Her virtues are her arts." 
Sharon's just a natural whose 
mumbles made sense but knock- 
ed the teachers senseless. Sha- 
ron's our honey with the bun 
on top. 



MARILYN RITA 

FRUCHTER 

"Honest labor bears a lovely 
face." 

iMarilyn, raven-haired beauty, 
voice like a nightingale's, wise 
as an owl. 



NAOMI FUCHS 

"And still the wonder grew that 
one small head could carry all it 
knew." 

The number one girl in class and 
in the state, Naomi is also en- 
dowed with a number one gen- 
erous heart. 




"Oh, Moreh, ple-a-se 
pass me!" 




MARILYN TOBY GLASS 
"Moderation— the noblest gift of 
Heaven." 
Toby's a tremendous success in 
all her undertakings, whether it 
comes to gaining friends or 
popularity. 

np'ni-n ¡no u'? mo^D 





A4ARGARET GLUCK 

"No limits but the sky." 
Malkie, springy actress and 
business woman, sprung to us 
from Springfield. She put 
bounce into the FLAME and 
Charity Drive. 




DVORAH GELD 

"For the good are always merry 
and the merry love to dance." 

Take wisdom, add some wit, 
flavor generously with talent 
and ability, mix well, and you 
have Dvorah to send to Israel. 

N'n Dnip"! na^r^'?^ noDnn nfiin 



SULAMITA GLUCK 

"There is a sure reward for faith- 
ful diligence." 
Our gifted Shulie is the only 
Spanish speaking Hebrew who 
studies French. 

; DvrnaD i31dto'7 nool ,nyot:' 




19 




BERNICE GOLDBERG 

"The hand that made thee fair 

liath made thee good." 
Bernice — well-traveled, well- 
loved, well-groomed — made Is- 
rael the end benefactor of her 
tireless efforts as head of the 
Bond Drive. 

nnn^n n'J nyii'' ,n3aïvJ nrjS 




20 



Our new bells. 




JUDY GOLDINER 

"Trusty, dusky, vivid, true." 
Judy, an ardent fan of OcTAVl- 
ous Caesar, imitated his leader- 
ship in the G.O. for many a 
term. 




SELMA R. GOLDMAN 

"For courtesy as well as valor 

wins friends." 
Selma is always ready, willing, 
and able to lend a helping hand 
to students and teachers alike. 

nnnns nsvû m'n'' nnsD 




ABBY HELENE GOLDSTEIN 

"Upon her brow, the crown of 

achievement lies." 
Abby made a grand entrance 
into not only the Senior Play 
but also everyone's heart. Her 
insight and thoughtfulness made 
her an active member of the 
G.O. and superb ed-in-chief. 




JUDI GOTTLIEB 

"Enthusiasm is the genius of sin- 
cerity and naught accomplishes 
victories without it." 
Judi's claim to fame was illus- 
trated by her bubbling perform- 
ances in the Purini Operetta, the 
CO., and any place where com- 
edy is the key. 

nan 'n3 ^d nm::'oi ; n'jyni 




But, Ma, I REALLY don't feel well! 



MARILYN GOTTLIEB 

"Nothing is impossible to a will- 
ing heart." 

To US, Marilyn is worth more 
than millions; her numerous ac- 
tivities made her our treasure (r). 




FRANCES ESTHER 

GREENBERG 

"Thy modesty's a candle to the 
merit." 

"Curlilocks", an essential part 
of the Central din, made her 
mark with her marks and the 
fulfilling of her class presidential 
duties. 



nmn n^onl ,nrj3 



miaï 




PAULA HALPERN 

"A happy spirit is an artist's 
air." 

Paula's spirit showed itself in 
her artistic (Club) devotion to 
the Cliagim Committee, Purim 
play, and class Sings. 




21 






JUDY H AMBER 

"Good humor is the heart of the 
soul." 

In the co-op or the office, that 
laugh with the new fangled 
hairdo behind it assuredly has 
Judv in front of it. 

"i'\Dn mr"' HD-n ¡zz^ot -]^n -¡n^ 



SAUNDRA HAMiM 

"The merrv mind is richer than 
a crown." 

Our baton twirling queen's Dior 
hairdos caught Rabbi Perlman's 
eye and without her the Service 
Squad ■would have been down in 
the dumps. 



LEAH TAAIAR HAUSMAN 

"She that was ever fair and never 
proud hath tongue at will and 
yet was never loud." 
Leah's adoration for tuna is ex- 
ceeded only by everyone's ador- 
ation for Leah. Who could help 
but like that enchanting smile 
and mellow voice? 




SHAINDY HAUSiMAN 

"A happy heart maketh a cheer- 
ful countenance." 
Shaindy's shenanigans handed us 
some "shaine" pictures for the 
ELCHANETTE. With her tres 
belle appearance and yafah per- 
sonality, she's sure to hit the 
mark. 




"The chicken that 
got away" 



22 



r^? 




SARA HOROWITZ 

"A persevering mind is for 
learning." 

Sara, in her ladylike way, work- 
ed like a trooper on the EL- 
CHANETTE, class plays, and 
other school activities. 

niD'yjn nn m-iti' 




"Elvis or Carlebach?" 




MINDY HOCHBERG 

"Action is the proper fruit of 
knowledge." 

Our G.O. president is a Yiddish 
?naidel who has the finest qual- 
ities and a talent for being not 
only loved by all but also a 
leader of all. 

minn noDü nxi-Di ,nN'L"J .nrnjo 




HARRIET R. INSLER 

"Wliere love and skul work to- 
gether." 

This Carlebach fan could be her 
idol's competition with her own 
sweet tones; if Harriet ever 
wrote a fan letter that piece of 
artful penmanship would be 
framed. 

nnson — miy ,n'n 



ROSE KALISH 

"The applause, delight, the won- 
der of our stage." 

Rose, with her brilliant perform- 
ances, captivated her Central 
audience by her acting ability 
and enhancing personalit)'. 

lynan'? nimnr niyni nynr i'v>-\ 





23 




RACHEL KALTER 

"She shcw'd discretion, the best 

part of valor." 
As is her warm and friendly per- 
sonality, Rachel's skilled parti- 
cipation in the ELCHAXETTE, 
Senior play, and Chanukah Cha- 
gigot was far from kalt. 






NECHAiVIA AIIRIAAI 

KAiMINETSKY 

"Nothing great was ever achieved 
without love and enthusiasm." 
Who ever dreamed that our 
seamstress, Nechama, would be 
our first "clock-watcher"? We 
wish her an enlightening life. 
Mazel Tov to our lovely Calah! 

mnxn Tso njnn — nn^r: 



GLORIA SUE KATZ 

"They look into the beauty of 
thy mind and that they measure 
by thy deeds." 
G.O. secretary, English editor, 
knowing physics and calculus is 
an apparently long list of Glor- 
ia's accomplishments but these 
do not exceed her many friends. 




RENA SHAYNE KLONER 

"A fair appearance is a solid 

recommendation ." 
Tailored, tidy Rena is always a 
treat to see whether she be help- 
ing in the office, crocheung a 
kepah, or walking in a sprightly 
manner through the halls. 



24 



1 




LIBBY KOENIGSBERG 

"The reason firm, the temperate 
will, endurance, foresight, and 
skill." 

Anyone for Gemorah, French, 
Latin? Libby can answer 'em 
all and work on the ELCHA- 
NETTE, too. Pretty sharp, 
eh? 

nnDijn nn:^pn ni'X-i:i''' nii-y? 




VIRTUE KRESCH 

"Wit to persuade and humor to 

delight." 
Among Virtue's many virtues 
we find a photogenic knack, a 
sensational sense of humor, a 
flair for song-writing, and a ter- 
rific tan. 




PEARL KUFLIK 

"Thy thoughts to noble medita- 
tions give." 
Whether in French, Hebrew, 
or Americanese, Pearl always 
chooses her words wisely. She 
shared her resources with us, by 
becoming a very active member 
of the student body. 



nviil nD^DJ 



mp"' mj?3 ns 




NAOMI KURTZ 

"Still waters run deep." 
Naomi's ponytail grows down, 
down, down, as her marks go 
up, up, up and her B'nei Akiva 
spirit encompasses all. 

Dniv"! nxaiD m'ny ,'oyj 




After a test— the feeling. 



25 






LORRAINE LANGNER 

"The \\ay to be happy is to make 
others so." 

Lorraine was always willing to 
lend her hand to school plays 
and to anyone who needed help 
in geometn-. Her Yiddish hu- 
mor made her a favorite of all. 

piûïn npns nx^ 



LINDA GLORIA LEVITAN 

"As merry as the day is long." 
Linda, our lebadike Ltibavitch- 
nik, with her persuasive zest, 
can really make anyone get up 
and do a mitzvah tans. 




CHARLOTTE ROSAL YND 
AIOSCHEL 

"Character is the governing ele- 
ment of life." 
After she w^as a Freshie, this 
native Newarkite decided to 
come back and stay. Boy, are 
we glad this potential Inbalite 
did! 



"Fashion-conscious, 
who me?" 



JEANE LOEB 

"Discretion of speech is more 

than eloquence." 
Jeane's excellent leadership made 
her a leader repeatedly of the 
Dramatics Club. Her work on 
the ELCHANETTE and the 
Purim play made everyone rec- 
ognize her as a celebrit)^. 

2von noims NV" 




26 




HARRIET LEE NAIMARK 

"She is not only witty herself but 
the cause that wit is in others." 

Harriet's training came from the 
class debating team. She became 
a vivacious partner to her equals 
and a contending partner to her 
pedagogues. 

nvixn nyoJ np--'in 




fc'. í!-í * 




SHULAMITH MOSHEL 

"Possess your soul with patience." 
Shulamith's understanding and 
good sense came in handy for 
her superb handling of the book- 
room and helped her do a great 
job on the Senior Social. 




BARBARA RUTH 

NEUHAUS 

"Mind cannot grasp her sweet- 
ness." 
East Side of New York or the 
West Side of Jerusalem, Bar- 
bara's chic new hair styles and 
clothes to match make her the 
center of attraction. 

5jy N'von'? nyni"' v'>''2 



BARBARA NISSEL 

"Studies serve for delight, for 
ornament, and for ability." 
We city slickers have nothing 
over this gal from the unex- 
plored territory of Spring Val- 
ley. Barbara's originahty and 
ability gave a real boost to the 
ELCHANETTE. 

nnriDjn pan'? nî'13'' -niV'T' r\1>v2 





-^f 



27 




SHIFRA NULMAN 

"The winning gifts that take all 
eves." 

Shifra's fierv^ glow immediately 
sent her as representative to the 
G.O. Her wit and competence 
were appreciated in the peppy 
and amusing Senior Sing. 

nniivn DT-^n ,nrms n-r:w' 




'Opera ... or finals?" 




RICKY NUSSBAUM 

"Friendship is the mysterious ce- 
ment of the soul, sweetness of life, 
and solder of society." 

Rickv is content with the simple 
things in life— pepsi's, bagels, 
yarmulkas . . . and a multitude 
of friends. 




PHYLLIS OBERAIEISTER 

"No pleasure endiures unseasoned 
by variety." 

Frumie has served as a sure "class 
pepper - upper." This future 
nurse's Israeli patients will cer- 
tainly be lucky! 

c'Dnyn no'D t:ol"-, cir"i ns 




ETHEL FLORENCE ORENT 

"A little nonsense now and then 
is relished bv the wisest men." 
This effervescent world trav- 
eler's plans include permanent 
residence in Eretz Yisrael. 
"Hatzlacha Rabba, Tzip." 





BRENDA OSTREICHER 

"Doing easily what others find 

difficult is talent." 
This rational rediiead witti Ein- 
stein capabilities will be the first 
to probably develop a formula 
for splitting an infinitive. Bren- 
da's abilities are boundless. 




"Forward aspiring 
forever onward!" 



RENAH OSTRINSKY 

"Preserving the sweetness of pro- 
portion and expressing itself be- 
yond expression." 

Renah— a true "joy" whose 
"Mona Lisa" smile and pleasing 
personality brought her our ad- 
miration. 




RUTH PLATNICK 

"Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of 

daylight in the mind." 
Ruthie's big blue eyes helped in 
counting tlie money for the EL- 
CHANETTE. With her ringing 
voice and heshed . . . oops . . . 
hushed laugh, Ruthie is in store 
for quite a future. 




BINA PRESSER 

"The price of wisdom is above 

rubies." 
The photographic whiz of the 
FLAME is as pretty as her pic- 
tures. Her horizons were broad- 
ened by her travels in Europe; 
she is really maiday b'ma. 




29 







PEARL RABINOWITZ 

"He who binds his soul to knowl- 
edge steals the key to heaven." 
This blonde, blue-eyed, pink- 
cheeked miss is not only endow- 
ed with intelligence but also 
\\'ith a knack for writing plays 
and dancing gracefully and tak- 
ing measurements and and and 
. . . WOW! 



NAOMI E. RAYMON 

"She doeth little kindnesses which 

most leave undone." 
As Naomi's D.A. grew to a long 
ponytail we all grew to love her 
as our pal and tutor, too. We 
thank New Brunswick for its 
sunshine, but what are you using 
in the meantime? 

ma^ m-a n'>y m^j 



SHEILA MINNA RESNICK 

"All gifts and graces in this lady 

fair." 
If the U.S. government had 
Sheila collecting their taxes; 
they'd have no problems. As 
business manager of the EL- 
CHANETTE, Sheila outnum- 
bered us all. 




MARTHA RISPLER 

"As radiant as her tresses are her 

countenance and sniile." 
S\\edish imports are always con- 
sidered delicacies and Martha is 
no exception. A member of the 
"Crown Heights Cronies," her 
face is never bare of a friendly, 
flashing smile. 



Tin n-j-m? 



in ns?a 



He called! 



30 





SHEILA ROKEACH 

"Golden hairlight streaming sun- 
light." 

Sheila spent much of her four 
years in the G.O. perpetually- 
twirling her ponytail. Her shim- 
mering blonde hair brightened 
up even the dreariest of days. 





EVELYN RITHOLTZ 

"Hail to thee blithe spirit." 
The White House should only 
have as well-liked a Vice Presi- 
dent as our Arista does. Evy, 
our liveivire, is delightfully 
shocking. 

nrcn njui noon 




VIVIAN ROSENBAUA/I 

"Virtue is the truest nobility." 
Vivian's wondrous blue eyes re- 
flect her inner beauty. Her tal- 
ents manifest themselves in her 
Hebrew poetry— Central's an- 
swer to Bialik. 




IRENE ROSE ROSENFELD 

"Silence and resen^e suggest latent 
qualities." 

Irene made historiah and is the 
only one who ever knew it. You 
could always look forward to 
seeing her with the attendance 
sheet and a cute new outfit. 

ij'7 mion ^m 




31 




NAOMI ROSENTHAL 

"When looks were fond and 

words were few." 
One of the big three who went 
out on their own to become 

citified Centrantes. Nmi-ivi - 
Naomi in a nutshell. 

myn"' ne^ann njny mya 




"The senior Social, 
hum?" 





SARA GAIL ROZMAN 

"She mixes reason with pleasure." 
Gara Sail was not only class 
president, secretary-treasurer but 
also an active head who reacti- 
vated the co-op. 

monnn npim mtt* 



RUTH SCHOEN 

"A fellow feeling makes one 

wondrous kind." 
Our lovely little carpenter could 
probably build buildings after 
her work on the Senior play. 
It's lucky Ruthie's always there 
when you need her most. 




RUTH SCHUSTER 

"Never a selfish whim or stir." 
Schuster's congenial personality 
worked hand in hand with her 
perseverance to create four won- 
derful years in Central. Ruthie 
can't possibly miss for she has 
charm to back her up. 

miNn ni'û'yji m3:;'n 



32 







SHULAMITH SEEVE 

"He tkat hath patience may en- 
compass anything." 
Shulamith served the school on 
the Service Squad. Seevey^s 
sweetness will long be remem- 
bered. 



min 



n-opL-l rw'?'^ 




LEAH SELEVAN 

"Good sense, the gift of heaven." 
Under Leah's up-to-date pixie 
haircut is a treasury of ancient 
history. We're glad her name is 
not spelled S-u-1-l-i-v-a-n cause 
we'd lose out on her jovial per- 
sonality. 




PEARL SENDEROWITZ 

"A god heart includes all other 

virtues." 
Her active participation on 
school squads made Pearl, with 
her strawberry blonde top, be- 
come top girl of Arista. 

"nt:Dn«„n 




PHYLLIS SHAPIRO 

"Speech finely spoken delighteth 

the ear." 
Phyllis' skill and aptitude pre- 
sent themselves in the form of 
her acting ability and capability 
as co-editor of the ELCHA- 
NETTE. 



nnyr 



nmtoy 



niD1D1^!3 




33 






REVA DVORA SHULMAN 

"Sweetness in her person shines 
so clear as in no face with more 
delight." 

It's a pleasure to be served by 
this exotic librarian. Reva's 
charm and poise are surpassed 
only by her crowning glory. 

T'Dtn ni'ip ; inn nn 



ELLEN SIEGFRIED 

"As fine and as fast as she can of 
science and logic she expounds." 
This stimulating, smiling cutie 
with a keen, acute mind can 
grasp anything from Chemistry 
to friends. 

snpn nmn'' uí^di mam xm mn'' 



ADENA SILVER 

"She lives to build, not to boast." 
Our Pennsylvania miss was al- 
ways "coal"ed in the Agada 
class, but her heartwarming per- 
sonality kept us all warm. 




HEDY SPIRA 

"An honest man's word is as good 

as his heart." 
Hedy, our "penless" pal was al- 
ways ready with an encourag- 
ing word. Her honesty and 
truth set a good example for us 
all. 




34 




just 



Our beloved freshie. 



EILEEN STEINBERG 

"In small proportions w 

beauties see." 
Eileen, a Senior junior miss, en- 
livened our third year by enter- 
ing into our midst. At winning 
friends she certainly was no 
Freshman. 





D\'ORAH SROLOFF 

"Assiduity is the mother of good 

fortune." 
Debby's diligence is dazzling 
both in the bookroom and the 
Chumash class. Generosity and 
sweetness highlight her nature 
as her curly hair highlights her 
red-cheeked exterior. 

trjnn nvjuai ojDm nnja nnn 



SANDRA STEINHARDT 

"Patience and gentleness are for- 
ever." 

Sandy tranversed the depths of 
Flushing to come to our civilized 
(???!!!) house of learning. Her 
indefatigable diligence made her 
dear to us all. 




BARBARA ELLEN STROM 

"Style is the dress of thought." 
Bob Bassell's Barbara beats the 
best bookkeepers. But in basket- 
ball, Barb is better than the best. 




35 






GLORIA STRULOWITZ 

"Elegant as simplicity and warm 

as ecstacy." 
Gloria wants the keys to Israel 
and the keys to her own car and 
with her "drive" she's sure 
çret them. 



YEHUDIT TAUBENBLATT 

"Her mind lets go a thousand 

things." 
Judy, an aspiring migrant to 
Aretz, put a touch of Israel into 
Central with her Hebrew De- 
bating team. 

nn"T nc'inm np^nyn í'ntj-' 
nain nnpi 




DOROTHY 

WACHTENHEIM 

"Toil is the sire of fame." 
This attractive, pert lass has 
helped keep Central a fit place 
in which to Uve and learn by 
her work on the Service Squad. 
Believe us, that's pretty hard. 
Thanks, Dot! 

niB'pn 



ESTHER SIMA WEIN 
"Her smue is the sweetest that 
was ever seen." 
"Rebitzen" Wein got her sviicha 
from Rabbi Perlman. She's all 
ready to take her tour from 
"Dan" to Be'ersheva. 



36 




LORRAINE SUZAN 

WEINMAN 
"Stately and tall she moves in 
the hall, the chief of a thousand 
for grace." 

If you're looking for Lorraine 
or Suzan, one and the same. She 
can always be found working 
fastidiously in the office or on 
the art staff of the ELCHA- 
NETTE. 



nn'in 



3-| Dli'ti' 



JANET AUDREY 

WEINSTEIN 

"The grace to win and the will 
to hold." 

She attended scliool basketball 
games religiously, showing ter- 
rific school spirit and outstand- 
ing ability on the basketball 
court and off. Janet, you were 
great! 





TOVA WEISS 

"The pen is the tongue of the 
mind." 
From writing Sing-s to writing 

DO O 

poetry to editing the FLAME, 
Tova stands out above the rest. 
With her intelligence and orig- 
inality, she will be a sure winner. 




SANDRA WERBLOWSKY 

"To be a well-favored person is 

a gift of fortune." 
North Bergen's loss of this trim 
olive-skinned miss was definitely 
our gain. We're glad she'll be 
with us in New York for another 
four years. 

ij'7 nmta mn-^-i^u^u' 




37 




BETTY JANE WIENER 

"There's a garden in her face 
where roses and white lillies 
glow." 
"The one with the long hair" 
took Central by storm by whirl- 
ing through all activities— cur- 
ricular and extra-curricular. 
Betty is certainly on the ball. 

Dnix3 vaty ixvon nmanoa 




FRANCINE LEE WIENER 

"A glowing radiance from her 
cheek." 

"The one with her hair cropped 
short" has shown how outstand- 
ing she really is, in the library 
and as general all-round tutor. 
Francine is definitely O.K. 

niDiB-l DDt^ii" ntm3 iüv ,"i2ï 
lion 




BRENDA R. WISHENGRAD 

"There's nothing worth the wear 
of winning but laughter and the 
love of friends." 
Brenda's willingness to help and 
her striking black ponytail made 
her the center of attraction 
wherever she was. 



CAROLE R. ZAUDERER 

"Sweet as fragrant roses when 

they blow." 
Carole's refreshing personality 
and sincere disposition are the 
reasons that she has frequently 
been a class ofHcer. 

n3?-ni3n i^j"" run 




CHARLOTTE WIESELMAN 

"Kindness— as large and plain as 

a prairie wind." 
Charlotte with her sweater col- 
lection would probably trade it 
all just for Duke Snider's auto- 
graph. She would be a sure win- 
ner of a "Miss Generosity" con- 
test. 

r^vcn ■'31"' noDH 




38 




"Just wait 'til '64" 



ROSELYN ZOLONDEK 

"Wit makes its own welcome and 
levels all distinction." 

Rozzi is like a Pepsi— always ef- 
fervescent. She can outrun, out- 
smile and outchuckle almost 
anyone. What an "Abe"-1 kid! 

mni nN'soty nan 





PHYLLIS ZAUDERER 

"Her face betokens all things 

dear and good." 
The melodious harmony of the 
"Zauderers" was a source of 
pleasure to all. Phyllis, with her 
good-naturedness and hearty 
temperament, is sure to go far. 




BONNIE ZWEBNER 

"She has a heart with room for 
every joy." 

Bonnie's versatility is clear in 
everything she does such as writ- 
ing for the Sing and the year- 
book. She's a "Jack" of all 
trades. 



SORAH ZWIEBEL 

"Wit and wisdom are bom with 

a man." 
Sorah's entrance into our midst 
was welcomed by all. Her in- 
exhaustible humor and exuber- 
ance kept us all awake whenever 
the teachers didn't. 





39 



S^ckoiaf'óki 



ip¿ 




NEW YORK STATE REGENTS SCHOURSHIP 

Winners: Naomi Fuchs 

Gloria Sue Katz 
Naomi Kurtz 
Pearl Rabinowitz 
Tova Weiss 



NEW YORK STATE SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP 

Winner: Naomi Fuchs 

NEW YORK STATE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP 

Winner: Judy Taubenblatt 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP 

Finalist: Naomi Fuchs 
Semi-Finalists: A'lindy Hochberg 
Naomi Kurtz 

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP 

Finalist: Naomi Fuchs 



GENERAL MOTORS SCHOLARSHIP 

Finalist: Naomi Fuchs 






^ne Jk 



eater 



From the poem by J. Gropper 
adapted by Rose Engel and Virtue Kresch 

There's in this school a theater, 
Admission money galore 
Who doesn't pay won't be let in, 
He'll remain outside the door. 

Only you, (Dr. Levvin), because you give us 

Often a lovely treat. 

We shall allow you in for nothing, 

And give you a front seat. 

All the players in a row (Graduates) 
Upon this stage stand. 
Silbermintz is leading the chorus, 
Grossman is leading the Band. 

I turn my jacket inside out, 

Wear my hat upside down. 

I (Mr. Kamber) crack a lot of funny jokes, 

But always end up with a frown. 

A few of us are wearing masks. 
Try to guess which one. 
Berenholz sings as a Chazan would, 
While the Staff is on the run. 

Such a lot more things we can do, 
(Mr. Sokolow) You'll love it we know. 
It's worth the money that you pay 
Do come and see the show. 

Now we're starting our theater, 

All seniors do come in. 

Others are invited to read our DIARY, of course 

But quickly, before we begin. 



41 



D4Ai\*f 




^^ f-^lau in ^our ^^ctá 



^ct i 



(mob scene) 

— Golly, gee. I'm nervous. 
Senior — Have no fear. I'll be your big 

sister and take care of you. 

— Thank vou, kind senior. 

Sokolow — Thank you, girls. Rhoda and 
and "Im yirtseh Hashem" will love 
the eclairs. 

— Your welcome. Anytime. 

Charlie — It's time to enter the inner 
sanctum of Central's basement. 

— How do you like that? She's got six 
toes! 

— Tee hee. Doc. 

— Hey, Doc, cut it out! You're tickling 
me. 

-Hey, Doc, cut it OUT! 

— Hey, Doc, about the new fertiliza- 
tion process in Israel. . . . 

— I thought Israel was a piece of paper. 

— No, silly. Those are the spitballs we 
toss. 

— Watch out for the ball! Under the 
legs, over the head . . . (bounce) 

Green — Umph, grmp, mnmph! 

If I tuld you vunce, I tuld you ah 
meellion tarns. My mout is nut a 
baskeet. 

— C'mon team! 

— C'mon Skipper! 

Ref — Foul on Wernick. 

Dvora — Whadda ya mean?! I got it 

inta the basket. 
Ref -Don't argue. FOUL! 
Dvora — So what if I stood on her 

shoulders to get it in? 

— Aw, shucks! They still don't let us in 
to bowl. 

— Big Sister, would you let me borrow 
your birth certificate? 

Big Sis— Tough luck, kid, but a half 
credit's not worth all that. 

— Man, that Math Department ain't 
worth two cents! 

— You get 'em cheaper by the dozen 
around here. 

— Nelson, Nathanson, Haskell! Next 



thing you know, they'll be importing 

them from Mars. 
Betty — Hey, but you're forgetting 

about one guy, Mr. Raab. He's a 

daal! 
Francine — Yeah, he's great. 

— Ooooh, those rosy, dimpled cheeks! 
— Ooooh, those rosy, dimpled ears! 
Zeva — Girls, remember to wash behind 

your ears. ... I would never go out 
with a man who does not have his 
nails clean and filed. 

Raab — And speaking of manicures. . . . 

Horn — I wouldn't be caught dead with- 
out my colorless. . . . 
y — Umm, Humm mmm. 

Ravetch — Bonga! Bonga! Bonga! Oh, 
hear me, great mother-in-law. 

Crenovich — Yes, girls, as you probably 
never realized, (another button pops) 
I'm going to be a mother. . . . And 
this is the story of my life. . . . 

Libby — What a life! Four years 
straight -HOFFiM AN. 

Hoffman — All right. I'll go easy on 
you. Only twenty "Mepharshim" a 
night. 

Shlesinger — In the still of the night, put 
yourself in the moon's place. 

— Brr, it's cold up here. 

— (shiver, shiver) It's cold down here, 
too! 

Charlie — As much as I hate to say this, 
you can all go. . . . 

— Go, go! Go, man, go! 

— We're really hep today. 

— Who got the cards and dice? 
Hadassa — Imagine! Fine "baalbatish" 

Central girls! ^ 

— Hey, Dassy! We need a fourth for a 
dummy. Wanna join? 

— (after Sing) How do you like that? 

— They all ganged up against us but we 
still came in "to place." 

— Hum, mmm, uh-huh. 

— Ooooo! Malkie, put down your dress. 
That's not nice. 



42 



— Ah, how cute. 

— They're adorable! 

— How darling. 

— You gotta go pick up your 
show Lilker. 

Malkie — But it's only a pair 
loons. 

— A new pair! Did ya hear? 

— Yeah. They said it couldn't be done. 

— But Perlman's finally done it. 
Nechama — (carrying cake) Happy En- 
gagement to you. 

Seymour — All together now — Middle 
"C." 

— Duuuh. 

-Silvermint — That was very nice. And 

now for a new Israeli song by. . . . 
Grossman — Wolfgang Amedius Mo- 
zart. He was bom in a little town 
near. . . . 

— Oh, my aching hand! 

Grossman — Girls, it'll save me some 
time if you'll weigh your papers on 
the way out. 

— Yay! Yippee! We're out! (for two 
months) 





^ct 



(decreased mob scene) 

— Hello, Freshie. I'll be your Big Sister. 
Freshie — Nah, you're only a Soph. I 

don't want you. 
Zeva — If he didn't go to CorneJl he'll 
never make the grade. 

— Hail Cornell! 

— Hail. 

Zeva — At times however, Cornell stinks. 
You know, we have our own manure 
pile there. 

— And speaking of iMrs. Jacobson's art 
class, something ought to be >t^one. 

— Yeah, we better do something about 
those crazy zeros with the dotr in the 
middle. 

— Ho hum, it's too late to drive her 
crazy anyway. 

— Oh, no it's not. Let's lock her in the 
room. Baracade the door . . . with the 
closet. . . . 

Jakie — How many tissues? Two? Two. 
Shaindy — Mrs. Jacobson, why don't 

you dr. . . . 
Jakie — Paula, I hope it's not "tzi shpate" 

tze enter "Sampson" into the contest. 

— Let's have a contest to see whose 
back'll be broken first with Green's 
back-pressure arm-lift. 

— Hey, you louse, you. You're break- 
ing my arm! 

Green— Triangle bandage for arms . . . 
splint for heads . . . er . . . toe. . . . 

— Mrs. Green! A mouse! 

Green — Kvik, get de extoiminatori! 

— Hum, Mum, Uhuh. 

— Oo, ee, ee, Oo, Ah, Ah. 

— Quick, get the doctor! 

— Fohr just left the room ... he got 
sick and tired of the. . . . 

— Just sick . . . emergencies y'know. . . . 

— False alarm. It's only Fohr. 

Raab — What did you say those meas- 
urements were? 



43 



Ha Ha. 

as navv 



— Four by six and a quarter. 
Raab — And you? 

—Five by ten and three eighths. 
Raab — O.K. That's enough. 
Malkie — But Mr. Raab, don't you want 
my measurements? 

— What was that! 

— Navy yard just exploded. 
Spin's eyebrows drop . 
shipment flops. . . . 

— Sounds like Times Square. 

— Boy that Gendler is no square. 

— His new pocketbook just came out— 
HOW TO KNOW THE TIME 
HAS COME AND ... IN THREE 
EASY LESSONS. 

— How to get to "Olam Habo" in six 
hard lessons. 

-When you are in Hoffman's class 
you're going in the other direction. 

— ÍMiss Sonnenfeld, you're in an Eng- 
lish class now. You're writing in the 
wrong direction. 

— Please I don't wanna write another 
character analysis of Julius Caesar. 

Sonnenfeld — The character of Silas 
Marner is quite irrelevant to the story 
but granted it is indicative to the 
ways of. . . . 

— Mr. Appelsause . . . er . . . baum . . . 
what does objective test mean? 

— My term paper is fourteen pages I 
should get an "A". My sister in col- 
lege did. 

— Humm, Umm. 





Freshie — What should I do during this 
free period? 

Soph — Why don't you go to Macy's? 

Freshie — You mean we're in the mid- 
dle of Herald Square?! 

Soph — No, stupe. It's around the 
corner. 

— But, Pearl, I have a very important 
message that I 77tust deliver to my 
"brother." It's onlv around the 
corner. 

Pearl — Weren't you an onlv child at 

the last count? 
Zeva — Don't be childish! Such is the 

way of the birds and the bees and 

such is the way of . . . . 

— Morah Weiss, the future Rebitzen 
Hower. 

— iMazel Tov. "Im yirtzeh Hashem by 
us." 

— We're off and looking. 

— Happy Hunting! 



44 



M-' 



T 



Mi 



^ct 



— It's only September fifteenth and I'm 
sick. 

— I don't think I'm going to make it to 
the end. 

— Well you better, 'cause this is just the 
BEGINNING! 

Perlman— Tsch. Ripped my pants!! 
Whose fault? That nail near the chair. 
The cost of mending! Tsch. The 
pants were only seven years old. Tsch. 
And new pants too! 

Lichty— The Bais Hamikdash was re- 
built for . . . 

— How much expenditures? 

— Moreh is this Jewish History? 

— "Hatzedek Etach, Betee." 

— I don't care who's right. If it is Jewish 
history how come we don't learn 
about Cheese 'n' Rice? 

— I have three free periods this term and 
I can't even eat during one of them. 

— How come, you're on a diet? 

— Well you know, this is the Stage 
where one realizes her place in this 
world . . . 

— And where is that? 

— To the candy machines, I'm starved! 

— Judi, what are the potatoes for? 
Judi— For a dramatization of Vachel 

Lindsay's poetry. I have to darken the 
room. 

— With potatoes? 
Judi — S'your business? 

Jofïen — Your place here? Your busi- 
ness? You take care of France and I'll 
take care of this year's Sophomores. 

Feuer — Take a better look . . . Herr 
Doctor Joffen . . . AVho's wearing 
the Sheitel, me or you? 

— I wish we didn't have "Pa-sa-lims". It 
makes me feel that I'm not thankful 
enough, but believe me I am. "UN 
TENKS GOT DIS CLASS ISS 
OVER." 

Judi G.— You think I'll get in? 
Libby K. — The first time in Central's 
election history that the Veep is run- 




ning unopposed and you're worried. 
Jimmy Hoffa should only have such 
problems. 

— Yay for Malkie! Malicie for Presi- 
dent! Yay, A4indy for President. 

Selma — Personally, I think that Steven- 
son should try again. 
(Student stands on chair) 




— And I as candidate for Chief Fly- 
Swatter, promise to uphold the Fly- 
paper Swatter ideals. We hold no 
discriminations. Alale and female flies 
alike. To the kill men. 

— Look at the vooly vooly beard! 

— That's no vooly beard! That's a vooly 
bear. ZOUNDS! 

— No, silly. That's a new teacher. Dar- 
dac's the name. He teaches the "A" 
class. 

— Ya mean . . . like that? If I were him 
I'd hide . . . 

Charlie — Come out, come out wherever 
you are! Where did the "A" class go? 
Saw them just a minute ago. 

Students— They went Thataway! 

S. Zwiebel — Girls, don't move! Stay 
here! Charlie and the substitute will 
never find us. Remember this lounge 
is now our hide-out! 

Charlie — Some hideout! Come out with 
your pencil points down! Get to class! 

— Clothespins up! Ready or not here 
comes the sulphur! 

— Why didn't some of my best friends 
tell me? 

— Well, you know in the matoor fem . . . 

— Please! Let's drop it . . . er . . . Chem- 
istry that is. 

Lilker — I'm sorry girls . . . you must 
suffer ... er .. . settle this matter. 
. . . Nobody drops Mr. Annenberg. 



45 



— But Perlman? ... the "D" class gets 
him while the "A" class gets Rosen- 
mund. 

— I tell you "m'ken platzin". 

— Did you hear about our Junior genius 
classmate, Naomi, dispute Annen- 
berg's chemical theory of absolute 
nothing? 

— Every time I see his face I drool. 

— Yeah. Sternberg's nose is long enough 
for four hundred girls to drool over. 

Bassel-This is the poetry of the middle 
half century. Duh, quiet, listen, 
(a few screeching sounds from the 
recorder then). 

— Gurgle gurgle ... 
Bassel — D'ocean. 

Recorder — Slosh, swoosh gurgle . . . 
Bassel— That was the half century. 

— His records sound like his ties look. 
Harriet N. — Take out your umbrellas! 

Here comes Linick. 

— We get terrific marks on Cantor's test 
. . . but then again it's easy, as one can 
see. 

— He teaches so well, that we learn the 
some page for four months. He"s a 
nice man. I come to school 9:35 every 
morning. I wouldn't miss his first pe- 
riod class for no money. 

— Ummm Hmmmm . . . 

— Pay for a Central function? Go to 
Manhattan for a play? All right. . . . 

Judi G. — Girls! I've got the leading role 
in the Purim Operetta and yooo mussst 
come and see me act! 

— Smile when you beg us. You know, 
"That Certain Smile" . . . 

— Goldie also was good in the play. 

— To ran ta ra . . . 

— I'm glad I went. What a terrific cast. 

— Ruthie, can I sign it? Please! If you 
don't let me I'll break the other arm. 
I really will if you don't let me sign 
my seventh middle name! 

— How'd she break it? 

— During a T.V. commercial. 
-Huh! 



— Station break, child prodigy. 

Ruth S. — It so happens it's a simple frac- 
ture. 

— Simple, what's so simple about it? 

— Ummmm. Hmmm. Ummm. 
Hmmm. 

(Party girl talks about a party she 
is going to make) 

— Yes, I'm just a fraction of a day older 
than she. That's why we're having 
a double party. 

— Yoo hoo! Are you also going to the 
double party? 

— I don't know. Not enough food. 

(Party maker returns) 

— Oh you're coming for the food! 
Shnura! Shnura! 

— Anyway, I went to other sixteen 
parties. 

— She looks so sweet . . . with her new 
hairdo, that is. 

— Listen closely when she counts to her- 
self. 

Feuer — Une, tzvai, trois, quatre, cinq, 
zeks . . . you see girls, I tink in Ger- 
man and translate into French. 

— So she thinks in German and walks in 
Ukraine and translates into French 
and sees in Italian. Well, "Wariety" is 
the spice of life. 

Joffen — No, don't add RED pepper to 
the Gefilte fish. A quarter of a cup 
of Yiddishe carrots. To make the 
Chales add one Yiddishe dough . . . 

— Is Yiddishe dough like counterfeit 
dough? 

Jofïen— Braid. Is everybody braiding? 
Now don't forget last term's Yiddishe 
songs of how to catch a Chasan . . . 

— I need a song to teach rqe. Yeoh, I 
know Love, Life and Philosophy aaand 
. . . "He's got to sit in a little Kolayl." 

Feldman — Write a short composition of 
about thirty-two or thirty-three pages 
on England in the middle centuries 
compared with the philosophy of 
Neitzsche. You understand this is in 
order for me to separate the men from 
the boys. 



46 



— I'm going to study for Feldman's test 
over Chanukah vacation. 

— When's the test? , 

— May 4. \ ''' 

— Huh! ! ! "^' 

— My opinion, historically of Course 
about South Africa is "Gam Zula 
Tova." 

(Students singing loudly walking 
through the halls) 

— Roll out the Barrel . . . Mr. Feldman! 
You're looking well. 

Feldman — Well . . . what. Shrunken 
heads are made in forty-eight hours 
of boiling it in sand. 

— The sun is boiling. 1 get a fast tan 
but on the boat I tan faster and tanner. 

— Why not use Aluminum foil? 

— Who me? My face can attract the 
sun. I don't need foil. 

— I feel like Popeye the Sailor. Yo Ho, 
Yo Ho, Yo Ho. Look for the te . . . 
a . . . ch . . . floating in the ocean 
Yo Ho Yo Ho . . . 

— Too bad we didn't keep score in the 
Volley Ball game. Our team could've 
won against Friedman's. 

— What a day! The boat ride was great 
... I never knew Gloria Strulowitz 
plays baseball so well. 

T. Glass— I can't go to the game this 
year. Three Regents . . . Maybe next 
year . . . 

— Love love Summer . . . Hate hate 
work. . . . But must have money . . . 

— You're going to this camp? Me too! 

— How . . . how . . . wonderful? (Uch!) 

— Don't forget everybody! Write to me 
at my home address. . . . 

— So long Carol and Mazel Tov! 

— Ummmm. Hmmmmm. 




(senior student holding proclama- 
tion paper, addressing other seniors) 

— We, the Seniors, proclaim priority! 
Liberty and justice for us. 

— Yay! ! 

— Oh! Fm so excited. 

Susan W. — That makes a total of 450 

invites. 
Eileen S. — Fll wear my straight dress. 
Shifra N. — Luh shoin zein de Social. 
Joflien — It's not proper. Sleeves should 

be worn. 
Virtue K. — O.K. I'll wear my sleeves. 

— How about long armed gloves? 

— 450 invites did you say? 

— Um hummmm. 

— Raddy daddy da. 

— If you ask me I'd rather be kvetching 
the kishkas out of a chicken than try- 
ing to kvetch some words out of these 
Buchurs. 

Joffen — Don't kvetch! Whatever you 
do don't kvetch the gall . . . immerse 
modestly. 

-When? 




Jofïen — Oh around . . . um . . . when- 
ever you finish. 

Malkie G. — Hold it! Lemme write it 
down. 

— Looking for something Rabbi Rubel? 

— Um hum . . . 



47 



Maschal — I vill gif vou ten bod nuts eef 
you don't . . . eh . . . keep qviet. Now 
say the po-em with expression. 

— 34° outside and he's wearing a lumber 
jacket. 

— That's nothing! When it was 17° out- 
side he wore his knitted chef-d'oeuvre. 

Nechama — Girls, when I cough, yell 
across to Sokolow's eco. class, "Knit 
one, perl two, Mr. Sokolow yoohoo!" 

— Lucky there's no steam. We'd never 
do this otherwise. 

— Otherwise we'd cut. 

— Yeah! A mass cut. 

— I know of a great old picture— and 
it's snowing outside too! 

— Man, I'm cutting out. Love that 
"Love's a Many Splendored Thing." 
Saw it rwice already. 

-I like B.B. 

Kamber — You girls are party poopers, 
chicken hearted. Why didn't you go' 
Now I have to remain here in this 
school. 

— Today I've counted 35 different faces 
in just 2 minutes. 

— Mr. Kamber's just not satisfied with 
the one he's got. 

— So, if he makes his faces don't make 
them at me. So make them at me but 
"chutch" smile. 

— Are you kidding? 

— You're joking. Another Hebrew sub- 
ject with Perlman. Ov vay, I think 
I have a digestive disorder. 

— Guess the name . . . yup . . . Agada. 

— Maybe this theater parrv' will be a 
success. 

— We need togetherness. Free tickets, 
thanks to Cecille, and only thirty cents 
carfare. 

— You mean ^\•e can't use our transpor- 
tation tickets? 

Cecille— Well, I gave out all the tickets. 
It should be a wonderful, magnificent 
extraordinary, superb, smashing thea- 
ter adventure, 
(next day) 

— Boy! What a turnout! I hadn't ex- 
pected that many! 

— Oh boy! 30 girls! . . . And I expected 



only 10 to show up!! 
Judi — What a dikduk test! Ellen, you 

got a 10? Ha ha!! 
Ellen — So what'd you get? 
Judi— 5. Dardac looks for my mistakes. 

He probably took four points off for 

my name. 
B. Epstein — Who got the highest mark? 
Ellen - Me! 
Charlie — The skirts are definitely too 

short. 
Mindy — We'll make it % of an inch 

past the knee. 
B. Wishengrad — Are you kidding! Why 

that's practically the New Look for 

'48. 
— You know Sodden's giving an open 

book test. 
B. Ostreicher — I refuse to take it! I 

won't. I have no idea if the Civil War 

was fought on American soil. 
J. Taubenblatt - Hey! Rabbi Sodden! 

Gloria's cheating! ! She isn't looking in 

the book. 
S. Gluck — Guess what? Sodden is at a 

funeral and won't come from the 

Bronx till later, 
(later) 
Sodden — Let me tell you about this 

funeral joke I just heard. It's all about 

a "Benny earned, a Benny saved." 

Taubie, get me coffee. I'm parched. 
Rose E. — Mr. Weinstein, how's life? 
Weinstein — Get out! (getting more ex- 
cited) GET OUT!! (gritting his 

teeth) You're mrfking my blood clot! 

You're tearing out the remainders of 

my heart. I'm^fetting a "kencer". 



— .Mmmmmni. Hmmni. Ummm. 
Gendler — As vou know in English the 



48 




topmost paragraph or portion is the 
most important. This goes as well for 
humans. . . . Let's read AlebaHous . . . 
er . . . Browning . . . "Home Thoughts 
From A Broad" ... to a guy. 

Bassel — I'm an ordinary guy and I want 
an ordinary play. I'm sure you've had 
more experience in kissing. Pad it, 
Seevey! 

— Judi, you sure were well padded. You 
cooked, but no couldn't be . . . 




— Malkie sure made a mess of the Chan- 
ukah play spilling oil all over the Men- 
orah, Slob. O.K. so you were sup- 
posed to . . . 

— And he was supposed to stay till 
o'clock. He certainly drew a crowd. 

— Shlomo, er Shlomo, may I have your 
guitar, — I mean autograph. 

Shlomo — Think nothing of it. (Carle- 
bach now hands out stenciled auto- 
graphs.) 

— Carlebach was fantabulous. 

— Girls, you were "Fantabulous". Smash- 
ing. 

— Ummmm Hmmmm Hmmm. 

— Instant coffee, Instant tea, Instant 
smash. 

— Jeane, Rachel you were wonderfully 
smashing in the part of the old lace 
. . . er . . . the arsenic? . . . ladies?? 



— Credit goes to Tova, too, you know. 

— Ruthie, you were terrific! Roosie or 
Ruthie, both the same. What do you 
say? 

Ruthie B. — I'm off to Panama! 

— We're off! C'mon girls get on the bus! 
What would Ben Gurion do without 
us? (All sing) We are marching to 
Yeshiva U. Yeshiva U. 

Students — (Thinking to themselves) 
Well here we are, the 28th of June. 
We've waited for this march for four 
years now. Start on the left, no the 
right. Smile, no frown. Oh gosh, my 
flowers are wilting. Be careful! Don't 
trip! They're calling out the names 
now, remember to say "Thank you." 
Tomorrow \\'e'll be women of the 
world, future somebodies. Happy 
day, tra la la . . . 
(later) 

— Call me now and then! Sign the Year- 
book, Abby. You too, Gloria. 

— I'd like to ask you something. For 
four years in Central, all I ever heard 
you say was Ummmm Hmmmmmm. 
Have you an explanation? 

— Well, er, you see, er, I um hummm er, 
want to saythatl'veffraduatednow. 




49 




Ah . . . ah . . . mnin. 




Hft 




You don't say! 







Oley! 




50 




CilEFS" d'ouvre 




We, the people 



J^ceneó ^j/ï 




Sigh- 




J union 




^J^ere ^.^nd ^h 



ene 



S^in 



% 



Them! 







fTï 






P-S-S-S-t 



We got no s-s-s-steam heat. 




.Mai-\- had a little iamb. 




Arbo Avos Nezilvin. 





Alazei Tov! 



W:?»;r ''W 




Wliat's good in the 
5th? 





But rally! 



Fun for the feeble- 
minded. 




^l^^^ 



Nu, so where are 
all the maidelich? 





Abby: So who's got the water gun? 
Sok: I got it. 




I ■lilv » 



ilUi 



Let me out, Punchy! 




"A Centralite is fully 
prepared for any- 
thing!" 



Take me to 

your ladder, 
lady. I'll 
see your 

leader later! 



Hish Tachavie Batsheva 








54 




ç 



G.O. FALL TERM Standing: R. Roznian; E. Ritholtz; A. Lieberman; 
N. Fuchs; B. Fine; J. Loeb; A. Rosenbaum; S. Werner; R. Elbinger; 
L. Langner; A. Levine; S. G. Rozman; J. Chili; G. Fcld. Sitting: S. Brody; 
Marilyn Gottlieb, treas.; Mind)' Hochberg, près.; Miss Epstein, advisor; 
Judi Gottlieb, vice près.; Rachel Freeman, sec; F. Landgarten. 

The long arm of the G.O. has managed to stretch itself into every phase of 
student activity. The Debating Team, Basketball Team, Service Squad, Co-op, 
and Chagim Committee are all coordinated by the G.O. Clubs and assemblies are 
organized for the students' enjoyment. Much money is raised for worthy causes 
by the Bond Drive and Charity Drive. G.O. theatre parties serve a two-fold pur- 
pose—raising money and providing amusement. 

Under the able leadership of this year's officers: Mindy Hochberg, Presi- 
dent; Judi Gottlieb, Vice President; Rachel Freeman, Secretary; and iVIarilvn 
Gottlieb, Treasurer; the G.O. undertook many new activities. It founded and 
organized an Inter Yeshiva High School Girls' League. In order to bring more 
"Ruach" into the school, the G.O. began a program of "Tiphila Bitzibur" every 
"Roch Chodesh". The G.O. held an outstanding Chanukah Chagiga and pro- 
duced a tremendously successful show, "Arsenic and Old Lace".\ 

All in all, its many achievements and successes have made this year's G.O. 
outstanding! 



/ 




G.O. SPRING TERM Standing: E. Pinsky; R. Platnick; T. Kanocopsky; 
R. Golombeck; E. Ritholtz; S. Brody; B. Langert; F. Kramer; F. Green- 
berg; S. Klein; J. Singer; B. Nissel C. SchafFer; N. Raymon; B. Glass. 
Sitting: E. Wein; Marilyn Gottlieb, treas.; Mindy Hochberg, près.; Miss 
Epstein, advisor; Judi Gottlieb, vice près.; Rachel Freeman, sec; N. Kam- 
inetsky. 



56 




o 



a 
n 
i 




STUDENT COUNCIL Standing: E. Ritholtz; S. Goldblatt; F. Kramer: 
S. Klein; C. Moschel; B. Zwebner; A. Levine; J. Chill; L. Langner 
B. Epstein; A. Leiter; R. Dershowicz; H. Lippman. Sitting: J. Loeb, 
R. Golombeck; S. Hamm; Judy Gottlieb, leader; A. Burstein; S. Werner 
A. Hamm. Front row: C. Schaffer; B. Glass; H. Olshen; B. Wishengrad 
R. Kloner. 



student y^ouncil 

This year the Student Council was very active. The Fresh- 
men produced a magnificent Sing, the Sophomores had a very 
successful weekend, the Juniors attended a terrific theatre party 
— "iMy Fair Lady," and the Seniors were most successful— they 
graduated. 




TREASURERS Standing: C. Prero; S. Ofsink; M. Tennenbaum; E. 
Weinreb; D. Schnall; AI. Rappaport; C. Wieselman; B. Goldberg; A. Silver; 
E. Gertz. Sitting: G. Kuhl; B. Glass; M. Fruchter; iVIarilyn Gottlieb, 
leader; R. Kalter; G. Katz; E. Steinberg. 




^reaàurerâ 



A normal sight in Central's 
ci-owded halls is a girl hidden 
by an enormous pile of The 
New York Times. Did you ever 
wonder who was behind those 
stacks of walking newspapei's? 
These versatile misses are the 
ones who are responsible not 
only for distributing "All the 
news that's fit to print" but also 
for taking the minutes of class 
G.O. meetings and collectinç; 
the monies for class functions, 
such as Bikkur Cholim. 

Marilyn Gottlieb, the treas- 
urers' competent leader, gathers 
and tallies all collected funds- 
just for the record. 

57 



i lational ^J^onop ^ociet 



^ 



Venilla h Lañante 




SENIOR ARISTA Standing: L. Koenigsberg; G. Katz; E. Siegfried; M. Fruchter; B. Wish- 
engrad; N. Kurtz; A. Silver; N. Raymon; B. Nissel; V. Rosenbauni; D. SrolofF; P. Kuflick. 
Sittmg: Rabbi Y. Dardac, advisor; M. Gluck; E. Ritholtz, vice president; P. Senderowitz, 
president; B. Wiener; F. Wiener; P. Rabinowitz. Front Row. R. Kalter, N. Fuchs; R. Shulman; 
iM. Hochberg; M. Gottlieb. 




We are pleased to make it known that our former Arista is 
now the Segulah Chapter of the National Honor Society. Its 
members maintain high scholastic achievements and contribute 
their time to serve the school in extra-curricular activities. 

This year, the Segulah Chapter has expanded its member- 
ship to encompass 45 girls. This group meets bi-weekly and 
conducts its meetings in accordance with Parliamentary Pro- 
cedure. 

Under the supervision of our new advisor, Rabbi Yaakov 
Dardac, the Honor Society has continued the tradition of con- 
ducting Tephila in the classrooms, hi addition, Arista provides 
tutors for those girls who have difficulty in their studies. 



MUSSAR CLUB 

Leader: 
Rabbi Rosenmund 





To keep the students 
aware of oncoming holi- 
days, oncoming school 
plays, and even the day's 
date itself, the Chagim 
Committee decorates the 
walls with its informative 
and attractive posters. The 
most up-to-date form of 
Hebrew lettering, taught 
to the group by Chava 
Lieber, its leader, is used. 
A Chanukah newspaper 
written in Hebrew was 
published by the commit- 
tee. Their diligent work 
served as publicity for all 
our extra-curricular activi- 
ties. 



Clubs in Central are usually of a light nature. This 
year, however, one of a more serious aspect has been 
organized. Rabbi Rosenmund conducts the Mussar Club. 
The subject matters discussed is, in essence, the philoso- 
phy behind the moral teachings of the Torah. Lectures, 
given by Rabbi Rosenmund and the various members 
alternately, are inspiring, enlightening, and most impor- 
tant, satisfying. 



w 

a 
ó 
á 
a 
r 

C 

i 

u 

í 



CHAGIM COMMITTEE Standing: A. Hamm; D. Nemeth; J. Susser; D. Schnall; 
S. Brody; E. Elbaum; D. Wachtenheim; J. Singer; L. Koenigsberg; R. Halberscam; 
H. Lippman; M. Rabinowitz; M. Tennanbauni; R. Septimus; A. Lowenger; N. Got- 
tesman. Sitting: J. Chill; B. Zakheim; F. Bauni; Chava Lieber, leader; G. Hochberg; 
J. Shmidman; E. Gertz. 



59 



ARSENIC AND 
OLD LACE 



FLAME 

YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 



WALT W 
SUNDAY 



February, 1960 



Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 



Five Seniors Awarded 1960 Regents Scholars! 
Naomi Fuchs Named Highest Scoring Girl in ! 



Seven Alternates 
Also Announced 

The results of the state-wide 
examination which took place on 
October 14, 1959, indicated that 
five members of the senior class 
have merited N. Y. State Regents 
Scholarships. The winners are Na- 
omi Fuchs, Gloria Katz, Naomi 
Kurtz, Pearl Rabinowitz and Tova 
Weiss. There were also seven 
alternates listed who will receive 
the scholarship if a sufficient 
amount of winners choose to sur- 
render their privileges. They are 
Phyllis Drillick, Mindy Hochberg. 




Carlebach surrounded by admiring audience 

Carlebach Entertains at'Chagiga 

by Pearl Kuflik group led by Dvorah Geld. They 



Naomi I 
by NY 

Ranking first 
sion of the Re 
winners, Naomi 
guished both he 
shiva. Her scor 
a possible 300 i; 
est in the State 
ceived a Science 
semi-finalist iti tl 
Society, and Get 
petitions and a 
tional Merit. 

This award ii 



mm iinîn n3' 



n ^s'? n 



nnjn nam nj-ia- nani 



— buiv!-' nuaV 'ma ^SD n'-a — 



')Wm m:n 






m '')U!' DPI nr^n 

Pinflirn'? fiT^irsn jnyunn itt» ip'? nbs^ s^son"? ins ,b 
-isi>n ,p'Tj?3 nyns la? rmin? a'^sns ,nriysn5 .rTiair m'' 



60 




Dvorah Geld 

Hebrew Editor 



FLAME 

Published by Y. U. H. S. G. 

Principal, English — Rabbi Friedman 

Principal, Hebrew — Dr. I. Lewin 

Editor-in-Chief Tova Weiss 

Associate Editor Debi Reitman 

Feature Editor Sorah Zwiebel 

Sports Editor Rachel Kalter 

Copy Editor Pearl Rabinowitz 

Business Manager Malkie Gluck 

Photography Bina Presser 

Art Editor Paula Halpern 

News Editors: Bernice Fine, Naomi Fuchs, Pearl 

Kuflik, 
STAFF 
Cécile Abramowitz, Rosemarie Dumont, Edna En- 
glesworth, Eleanor Feiner, Laurie Goldstein, Dean- 
na Hanft, Gail Hochberg, Nechama Kaminetsky, 
Ruth Newman, Sandra Ofsink, Marion Rabino- 
witz, Evelyn Ritholtz, Arlene Rosenbaum, Judy 

Seltzer 
Advisor Mr. Al Sokolow 





FLAME Standing: D. Reitman; AI. Rabiimuu/; K. Duinunt S. Ofsink; P. Halpern 
B. Presser; R. Elbinger; C. Abramowitz; N. Bressler; N. Kaminetsky. Sitting: P. Kuflick 
M. Gluck; N. Fuchs; B. Fine; P. Rabinowitz; R. Kalter. Front row: S. Zwiebel; S. Nobel 
L. Goldstein. 




As the voice of the student bodv of Central, The Flame— our school's news- 
paper—keeps the "world" informed about the happenings in and around the 
school. The newspaper has appeared this year in single issues more often than 
in previous ones. Five newspapers have been printed. News coverage in the 
school is wider than ever before— the newspaper includes all school events of 
interest. The editorial page is characterized by the expression of many editorial 
opinions, letters to the editor, and a well-written article by Tova Weiss, Editor- 
in-Chief. The newspaper also contains descriptions of important school per- 
sonalities, sports coverage, and excellent satires. 



61 



cJLib 



rar 



f 



Canalla It 



^^ 



With the aid of its faculty advisor, Mr. Robert Bassel, the 
library staff has been dutifully working toward expanding the 
library's facilities. It is presently engaged in processing new 
books for future circulation. Although the graduating seniors 
will probably not benefit from this addition, they will certainly 
be happy to see progress in their Alma A later. 





ENGLISH LIBRARY Standing: S. Fnedkin: 
S. Goldman; H. Insler; S. Ofsink; S. Steinhardc: 
M. Stern; B. Kopito. Sitting: M. Ginsberg: 
B. Strom, Mr. Bassel, ndvisor; B. Goldberg; N 
Ravmon. 



JJeL 



HEBREW LIBRARY Standing: R. Kalter; R. 
Shulman; S. Singer; A. Fenigstein; V. Trocken- 
heim; R. Dumont; C. Baron; R. Elbinger; M. Ten- 
nenbaum; H. Krochmahl; Sitting: B. Kopf; C. 
Lieber; Rabbi Perlman, advisor; M. Rabinowitz; 
C. Schaffer. 




The Hebrew Library is becoming 
a more and more important part of 
the student's life as "Din Vi Ches- 
bones" are becoming more popular 
with our "Ivris" teachers. The He- 
brew Library has expanded to meet 
the students' ever-growing demand 
for the need of Hebrew books. Un- 
der the general supervision of Rabbi 
Harold Perlman, the library is run in 
an orderly fashion. 



62 




HEBREW DEBATING Leader: Judy Taubenblatc. 
Standing: B. Fine; R. Septimus; L. Langner, R. Platnick; 
S. Brody. Sitting: J. Greenfield; S. Gellis; R. Halber- 
stam; S. Nobel. In front: M. Stern. 



2)i 



lit 



aim 



f 



Ma, 



The Hebrew Debating Team, led by Judy 
Taubenblatt, consisted, this year, of sixteen girls 
from all four years. They debated on topics 
such as "Me Yehudi?" and "Rabbi Toledano." 

Judy has repeatedly tried to get the other 
Yeshivot to participate in a Hebrew Debating 
League, but all the effort was to no avail. 

We hope that a Hebrew Debating League 
will be established next year. 




DEBATING TEAM: Leader: Gladys Zwiebel. Standing: J. Loeb; S. Gellis; C. 
Adams; R. Neuman; D. Reitman; J. Bleifeld; B. Kopf. Sitting: M. Geisler; J. Katz; 
S. Teitz; H. Siegal M. Rabinowitz; M Stem. Front row: C. Abramowitz; E. Sha- 
piro; J. Rosenfeld; iVI. Landesman. 



Conation 



This year, under the capable 
management of Gladys P. Zwie- 
bel, despite the lack of experi- 
ence of the members of the De- 
bating team, much progress was 
made. Inter-school debates were 
held, with Central holding the 
fine record of three victories to 
one loss. An intra-team all-star 
debate was held at the end of 
the year in Central, \\hich was 
enjoyed by all. 



Aunior UciráiitA 



First meeting— 10: 14 and 59 sec- 
onds: All Junior Varsity members 
wait in eager silence to learn more 
about public debating. They are so 
excited that immediately upon learn- 
ing the basic steps, they rush to the 
library to diligently write their de- 
bates. 

Second meeting— nineteen girls ab- 
sent—one present (leader). 




J.V. DEBATING TEAM: Leader: Shulamith Teitz. Standing: C. Baron, C. 
Weisman; A. Rosenbaum; S. Gerber; A. Hook; F. Baum. Sitting: N. Book; 
S. Taft; B. Rokeach; H. Olshen; E. Warsager; G. Hochberg. Front rois: 
R. Halberstam; S. Singer; C. Schmidt; C. Schaffer. 



63 



^Jaáhetbali 




The following 


is a scheduk 


; of the 


games \ 


ave played. 








*Nov. 14 


Hili 




38-29 


*Nov. 17 


Flatbush 




46-41 


*Nov. 25 


Ramaz 




48-45 


Dec. 2 


Flatbush 




42-29 


Dec. 16 


Flatbush 




37-31 


Jan. 6 


B'klvn Friends 


37-33 


*Jan. 16 


Hili' 




25-24 


*Feb. 1 


Hili 




37-30 


Feb. 9 


Lexington 




31-25 


*Feb. 13 


All-Star 




32-17 


*Feb. 16 


Adelphi A 


cademy 


41-29 


*Feb. 20 


Ramaz 




21-13 


*Feb. 27 


Manhattan 


Central 


35-13 


Mar. 22 


Flatbush 




35-34 


*iVIar. 27 


Hill 




25-20 


*Mar. 27 


Alumni 




17-12 


* Central 


won 








BASKETBALL TEAM Standing: H. Krochmehl; B. Strom; R. Golom- 
beck; I. Weinstein; AI. Feld; C. Weisman; J. Tisser; S. Alter. Squatting: 
H. Aufruchtig; S, Seif ; Chervl Zeisel, athletic manager; H. Siegel; S. Gold. 



Our team, for the second consecutive year, 
is in first place in the Inter- Yeshiva League. 
Under the leadership of our competent coaches, 
Debby Riback and Carol Tisser, who were both 
eno-ao'ed this year, the team has won eleven out 
of fifteen games. Our winning streak was in- 
spired by our good sportsmanship and team- 
work. We certainly hope our success will con- 
tinue. 



64 




The new cheering squad outfits of 
white pleated skirts and navy boatnecks 
dress up the basketball court at all of 
Central's games. The spirit and vitality 
of the cheerleaders lend a sparkling 
touch that brings the team to victory. 



CHEERLEADERS Leader: Alice Burstein. Standing: E. Bron- 
stein; R. Dumont; R. Septimus; S. Zelinger; G. Imberman; 
M. Rabinowitz; S. Goldblatt; J. Klein. 








BOOSTERS Leaders: Sharon Taft; Bmchie Rokeach. Standing 
S. Singer; V. Trockenheim; B. Kopito; S. Sinensky; H. Olshen 
E. Pinsky; A. Fenigstein, F. Kramer; N. Bressler; S. Singer 
M. Lebenbaum; C. Schmidt; B. Kopf. 



The Boosters is an organization formed and led by Sharon 
Taft and Bruchie Rokeach. The girls are chosen for their abilit)-' 
to cheer loudly and clearly. From the very beginning it aroused 
school spirit and increased attendance at all games. Aside from 
the Cheering Squad, the Boosters cheer by themselves during the 
games. This has inspired our able Basketball Team to win nearly 
every game. 



65 



o 

/ 

/ 



Famous last wordsl "You're wanted in the office"— who 
knows what evil lurks? This could mean either "Your mother 
called," "Why did you cut second period?", "You won a schol- 
arship," or even, on a cold wintry morning, "Go up and tell the 
classes the boiler's busted and you can go home." Whatever it 
is— from attendance sheets to clearing away soda bottles— our 
office squad under Mrs. Halpern's competent supervision has 
done the most efficient job Central has seen in a long time. 



S 

u 
a 

d 



Service ^auacl 




OFFICE SQUAD Back row. P. Senderowitz; P. Halpem; S. 
Weinman; I. Rosenfeld^ R. Golombeck; F. Kramer. From row. 
C. Adams; J. Hamber; R. Feldbin; S. Werblowsky; S. Hamm, 
M. Ginsberg; Mrs. Halpem. 



^' 



The "service" has been put back 
into "Service Squad." With the girls' 
cooperation, our program has shown 
excellent results in the lunchroom and 
in the hall. 

One major advance is the orderly 
queue in front of the concession, 
which has steadily increased in pop- 
ularity this year ever since coffee and 
tea have been made available to us. 
The battle of the staircases is a prob- 
lem that is slowly being solved. The 
fact that this year brought us a new 
mirror in the basement is a sign that 
things can get better and life can be 
beautiful if ^\•e stay here long enough. 
Lucky for us, though, we all must 
graduate one year or another. 

Your service squad has worked for 
vou and vour school. 



^^(%, 




SERVICE SQUAD Standing Susan Nobel, leader; J Green- 
field; S. Gellis; C. Zeisel, J. Weinstein, S. Weinman, L Gold- 
stein; S. Taft; S. Stemhardt, B. Nissel, B. Neuhaus, S. Rokeach, 
S. Gluck; N. Blunienthal. Sitting: B. Strom; S. Gold; S. Brodv; 
J, Hamber; J. Rosenfeld; R. Kloner; N. Raymon. 



CO-OP A. Silver; J. Haniber; Sara Gail Roz- 
man, leader. 



"¡^S!; ( Î 



L^O-Oi 



This year Central's Co-op had a close 
call. It almost expired. Because of the 
great opposition to its demise by the stu- 
dent body, it managed to stay open. 
With Sara Gail Rozman as head of the 
Co-op and Adena Silver and Judy Ham- 
ber assisting her, the students were pro- 
vided with supplies that were cheaper 
than ever. The cut-rate prices couldn't 
be beat. Eddie's, beware! 



d^ooi ¡ec 




oom 




BOOK ROOM Standing: D. Sroloff; E. Cohen; C. Lieber. 
Sitting: S. Mosliel; Rabbi Perlman, advisor. 



"Whoever steals thesehooks of knowl- 
edge . . ." Keeping track of books in 
Cihtral is one of the most brain racking 
jobs a student could have. But still, 
the Book Room staff manages to keep 
their records straight. Rabbi Perlman's 
experience in handling the Book Room 
is a great asset to this staff. 




67 






This year it ^\■as decided that two 
choirs are better than one. Abby 
Goldstein and Chani Weisman taught 
their respective groups many different 
Hebrew songs, rounds, and harmonies. 
Tire end product of their labor was 
heard in the halls as the girls burst 
into sonff. 





CHALIL CLUB 

Leaders: Marilyn Gottlieb, Rachel Freeman. 




68 



"And the air was filled with music." Hold 
your ears! In the beginner's chalil club, led by 
Rachel Freeman, there were many a screech 
and many a flat note before we reached our final 
goal, middle "C". 

Listen to the lovely melodies! For the pro- 
fessionals of the chalil players there is Advanced 
Chalil, led by Marilyn Gottlieb, where one hears 
the latest of Israeli tunes in true Israeli style. 



c 

i 

a 
â 
á 
i 
c 
a 

{ 



W 



u 
â 
i 
c 





CLASSICAL iMUSIC 
Leader: Goldie Feld. 

The Classical Music Club, as the name readily implies, is a 
club in which one can totally relax and listen to beautiful sym- 
phonies and concerts. Goldie Feld, the club's leader, chooses 
with care the greatest masterpieces. Records are indeed a won- 
derful invention. One can be at his leisure at home or even in 
school and listen to world-renowned music. 




ART CLUB 
Leader: Paula Halpem. 



.-Afrt y^lub 



One of the first and most productive 
clubs in Central's history is the Art Club. 
A'lost girls are naturally talented. This 
talent is expressed every Wednesday 
morning through the media of charcoal 
sketching, pottery making and soap 
carving. Whether the pi'oducts be class- 
ical art, modem art, or just plain dood- 
ling, self-expression is achieved and 
everyone enjoys herself. 



69 



dSenefit K^tub 

Mm 



BENEFIT CLUB 
Leaders: Ruth Platnick, Ruth Schoen. 




N: 




To be charitable— a wonderful idea! How to go about it— 
in a half hour period once a week— that's another idea. We 
thought of a way to make use of our creative talents. 

The Benefit Club produces something very nice out of 
something very little. They make, out of washclothes, slippers 
for hospitalized children. It's not too expensive or too difficult. 
In fact, it's fun. 

Why not make use of your ingenuity? Remember, to be 
charitable is a virtue. 




^ewina i^iub 




SEWING CLUB 

Leaders: Libby Koenigsberg, Nechama Kaminetsky. 



This year's Sewing Club has given competition to some of 
the top fashion houses of New York and Paris. The girls, using 
fine wools and cottons, made beautiful jumpers and skirts. 

As one inspired member once said, "I could have sewed all 
term— cut all my classes but sewed all term." 

Though Home Economics is not a course in Central, the 
Sewing Club has been doing a good job in training our future 
"Baalibustas." 



70 




DRAMATICS 
Leaders; Gladys Zwiebel, Civia Adams. 




This year the Dramatics Clubs, under the able leadership of 
Sivia Adams and Gladys Zweibel, have fully explored the ever- 
fascinating world of drama. Club members discussed and demon- 
strated face expression, pantomime, adlibbing, and various other 
methods of acting. 

After spending some time in the Dramatics Club, our Sara 
Bernhardts will be able to see their names up in lights. 



71 



2) 



J4eL 



few 




HEBREW DANCING 

Leaders: Dvorah Geld; Charlotte Moschel; Gloria 
Strulowitz. 



At the Chanukah Chagiga, the student body was beautifully 
entertained bv the Hebrew Dancing Club. During the year, this 
group, led bv Dvorah Geld, Charlotte Moschel, and Gloria 
Strulowitz, learned new and exotic Israeli folk dances and Israeli 
modern dances. This club added a unique touch to many school 
functions. 




72 



eJuiet L^iub 




p ^^ (P ^^^if a f)^ {> 



DIET CLUB 

Leader: Evelvn Ritholtz, Advisor; .Miss Epstein. 



Central decided to try a ntw experi- 
ment. A Diet Club was added to the long 
list of activities. Miss Z. Epstein and 
Evelyn Ritholtz volunteered to head the 
club. To this club flocked the thin girls as 
well as those slightly overAveight. Every 
Wednesday upon entering the room you 
would find the girls huffing and puffing, 
hoping that this time they would touch 
their toes. Special low caloric diets were 
planned while the girls munched quietly on 
their candy bars. 

The Diet Club's goal was to teacli the 
girls how to perfect their appearances and 
personalities, so, if you do not succeed at 
first, try, try again! 





(15 a ton ^wirli 



f 



Black and blue elbows and 
blistered fingers are all part of 
learning how to t\\'irl a baton. 
Once the girls get the knack of 
it, after the wonderful instruc- 
tion by Saundra Hamm, there's 
no stopping them. So, if you 
happen to pass by our club while 
\\e are practicing, be careful. 
The life you save may be your 
own. 



BATON TWIRLING 
Leader: Saundra Hamm 



73 



Abbv Goldstein 
Ed'itor-in-Chief 




Mr. A. Sokolow 
English Advisor 



Phyllis Shapiro 

Co-Editor 




Gloria Sue Katz 
English Editor 




Libby Koenigsberg 
Hebreii' Editor 



Lillian Frank 

Typing Editor 

Bonnie Zwebner, 

Evelyn Ritholtz 

Copy Editors 




Activities Editors 
Standing: R. Kalter, N. Kaminetsky, J. Loeb, P. Obermeister, R. Bergstein, 
S. Horowitz, S. Nulman. Sitting: D. Sroloff, H. Naimark, R. Engel, E. Wein. 





Business Mmiagers 
Sheila Resnick, Ruthie Platnick 



Photography Editors 

\^irtue Kresh, 

Shaindy Hausman 



Art Staff: 
G. Feld; H. Elstein, Editor; E. Elbauin, 
Editor; S. Weinman; R. Schoen 
(not present). 




a 



uerlure 



Alma Mater (Autumn Leaves) 

1 shape my pen into hills of gold. 

Into wandering minstrels, or a tale well told. 

But it shrinks from expounding what be the truth 

Of a house of learning, the home of vouth. 

Where knowledge is the goal to be striven for, 

And strength and wisdom lie beyond her door. 

And within her portals are revealed, 

A truth that be elsew here concealed. 

Where we are taught that with thought, 

Our life was bless'd. 

And our future dreams 

Are our future conquests. 

We shall forever be indebted and sentimental 

To our home of learning, our beloved Central. 

March (\'ou'rc a Grand Old Flag) 

The spirit of vouth the vim and vitality, 

Everlasting flames in our souls. 

We work untirelessly to eventually 

Achieve our every goal. 

We courageously say, 

No man stands in our way 

As we climb to our destiny. 

Although we strive for victory wt still agree 

That whatever will be, will be. 

Freshinan Sing Theme (Follow the Fold) 

Sinners arc we, but we don't give a hang. 

Our conscience don't give us a saintly pang. 

We drink with a hobo and we flirt with a bum, 

And our best friend is our rum. 

We ain't got no education. 

Shooting crap is our terribly sinful occupation. 

They sent us to a school that looked like heck. 
Next to iVIonte Carlo, it was really a wreck. 
To drink a shot of ale was a dreadful sin. 
And all ^\■c had was a two by nothing gym. 

Sophomore Sing Theme (Hechalutz) 

With a pat on the back and a kiss on the cheek. 

We started school ten years ago. 

We've been struggling ever since; 

We get no relief, 

And it all began ten years ago. 

Only one good thing happened. 

We'd like to say, 

That's worthy of praise — ten years ago. 

The State of Israel, Medinat Yisrael, 

Was established in freedom— ten years ago. 




Junior Sing Theme (Minuet in G) 

The mode of song and dance once -was the 

dainty Minuet, 
But soon they tired of this ceremonial duet. 
They searched and searched for a new style or 

tune that would beguile. 
And slowly they came upon some revolutionary 

style. 

(Air Force Song) 

And 0ÎÏ they went into the wild blue wonder. 

Their voices reached up to the sky. 

We saw the age of the chants and blues 

And watched the Charleston soar ever high. 

The Latin craze struck with a mighty blow 

And likewise the Jitterbug, too. 

And now that there is Rock 'n' Roll 

Oh, what more can they do? 

(Tan Shoes) 

Oh, they haven't any more songs to sing, 
And no more tunes to bring. 
And so we'll show you how it came about. 
Just listen and in your mind there won't be 
doubt. 



Senior Sing Theme (Running Bear) 

In the rook of Central High 

Stood Charlie Friedman all alone. 

On the other side of the office 

Came Rabbi Perlman to the phone. 

Little Joffen, with all her chickens. 

Came to teach us of that day. 

But Airs. Tessel showed us different 

With a wiggle and a sway. 

Dr. Lichty you're a cute one with \-our ties 

down to the floor. 
Mr. Weinstein you're always winin' but ^\■e'^ 

murder you no more! 

(Oh, Susana) 

We've traveled now for four long years 

And now we're at the end. 

We're slippin' out from our high boots 

And to the world we'll blend. 



76 




ORIGINAL 




MANUSCRIPT 



f f 




^n the ^J^anclá of the K^reat 



or... 




^he [/{Jortd ¿a a ^ta 



r 



By Abby H. Goldstein 

In this \\oi"ld, we, as humans, exercise supreme control over other creatures 
and vegetation. This malíes it difficult for us, with this theoretical supremacy, 
to acknow ledge a po\\-er or being which is greater than we. Yet, we know that 
there is a governing force which rules, leads, and controls. For, if there were 
not, whv then would we experience emotional, psychological and anatomo- 
logical changes within us; wh\' would we see changes in the physical environ- 
ments surrounding us? .Man\" scientific theories have been given that have 
been accepted by many and challenged by many. But, have we not seen all 
through the ages how expression of a simple prayer has changed an entire 
situation? How then can it be said that all that is revolving about us is caused 
by scientific factors? Do miracles not prove that there is a Divine Being govern- 
ing every movement, thought, and ideal of our very existence? 

An eternal and omnipresent Being is hard to accept, for we realize that 
while our way is ours to choose, this Spiritual force knows the end result of 
this choice. This concept at first contact may cause stupefying effects. The 
human thus realizes how inliibited his actions and thoughts are. We are truly -^•• 
clay in the hands of the Creator and He may mold and shape us as He sees fit. 
Then, as man begins to think of his seemingly fruitless plight, he may begin to 
realize that this Being which rules over him is a^^'esomely great. His greatness '; 
is exemplified in every speck around us, everything which causes us to take I 
note and experience a certain feeling within us. If this Being is so great, will| 
He not cuide us to use our minds to the fullest, guide our bodies to their ultimate %v 
capacity so that each man in turn may make life better for mankind as a whole? 
Yes, G-d rules, but man could not exist if he were not part of this Divine 
kingdom. Man would not know how to exercise and appreciate all that was 
given to him. 

Indeed we are merely mortals who are placed in the world as actors on a 
stage controlled by an infallible and immortal Director, but as Leishman, the 
great poet once said, 

"G-d conceived the world, that was poetry, 

He planned it, that was sculpture. 

He colored it, that was painting. 

He peopled it with living beings, that 

Was the Grand Divine Eternal Drama." 



78 




Ljoal 



By Eileen Elbaum 



She walked up the mountain 
that was both steep and high, 
forever striving to reach the top. 

There's no accounting for the difficulties incurred, 

progress procured. 

She strove— that's all that can be said. 

Not alone in such a great task she was, 

Not seeking the fame and glory which would then be hers 

Many have tried, some succeeded— some failed. 

She tried— enough for that. 

Aian's power is great, 

his strength and wisdom, those G-d given mights, 

enable him to climb higher— higher. 

Man's desire is great— to build great things and 

that which is beauty. 

To overcome the wrongs he sees about him, 

and make freedom and right ring throughout the world. 

iVIan's ambition is great. 

It is sometimes too great— 

to succeed, to erect, to leave his mark on the globe. 



Though times may come when his wisdom he loses, 

and G-d he ignores, 

his innate goodness will triumph and all will be we 

we hope not too late. 

The mountain is long and steep, 

But the first step is gained. 

Belief— man's strength, his greatness, his goodness. 

Belief— which did so many things in centuries proc 

will bring him to overcome all obstacles. 




D^nnn ^s ^ry sî^k 



For trying— that is near all. 

She raised her head and behold, 

The top of the mountain was now in view. 



79 




no^Dn 



p^^sip nris nwn 



ns -\''];r\r, c-ns? ii'ï n^n .c^'^iin '7v; 
i^psn .c''v;:: cn^s 2ïd ^y uayn p^n ^3 
."nc^n,, nn^iy ^y n'?Dp nî 
"'D"'? 3np n-iDin^ moi: "nc^^n,, 
Tnynj'ù* ■'ms^n -^'jnn .1917 ^?'^' n^snan 

pnü''7 c"pc2 ,r,-i'úsnn c'?"*;^ nnrc c-.pn cn^ 
-inyn ns T'^nan^ nn^n maan .cnin cy 

n^ ^^ mn^ oatî' mxi^i nmn^n nrtr^'^sn 
,'7113 nny P"i n^t mnvm «ns^ ,n^n n^tr 
.nnr;n pi mino u'^i'n "3'? 
; -iDD "ID- : c^t^'p "iM c^jitrsnn c-^n-'n 
mo^'? iDniDi-n -vdj nc-na vn-^:' n^-:ncan 
iSi'Q ^itan c'pîo'i'i ,pnti'an ^^ni ns w'lno 
n'i'"'nrin "nc^n,, .c'':''i2;n □■'^•'■ntD cn-iy'? 
riiD3i misp mrno njsnn nTi-'riys ns 
mmpon míncn mxin n'' 'py nacisnj 
."c'?ijn„T "pi2''i„n iD^ ,macT;3an 
ty-' ¡ra: minva nrr'îs nnip: ^n"' 
D-ij-i^a-^' ,\-nDîn -\2:¡'u' niics-i- ."na^nn,,? 
''su-'pn ]nasnn s-riw' nT^'m .nn^y:: pi 
"nQ^3n„2 -i::n '?- ,noi'73 .c^-y^ ^iu-snn 
c^pntrn *ù'ST iDD mm r^"i ,Ti3n3 -i::'n 
'73 ns îon'7 s\T ;nt2snn n^'7Dn .'idi 
.pníi'on ^niD '733 nnnn 
Días ^n2 ];\2p cipo "ncan,,'? ti'^ cim 
íTiasn iiy ijj^s sim .nsi-i t:'in ^^33 
m'73n iiin"''7 s^an? ,c^-iyn mjs '73'7 iTiJt:* 
i:oy ns n:^-^?; sm s'7S ,i:n-i3nn ^s'i"' ns 
.i:ins3 ;nt2snn □'7"iy3 





80 



^ôpaely ^he cJLand of /"^evelati 



By Bina Presser 

Alan is aroused to the greatest heights 
of humility and pride at the sight of a 
mountain peak or the lacy cobweb that is 
a snowflakc; humility in the recognition of 
his insignificance and pride in the realiza- 
tion that the G-d who created all the 
majesty and triumph of his surroundings 
granted to him also a spark of His own 
light and G-dliness; the light of idea and 
creation. It is this that is meant by a man, 
who, seeking to express in his poor and de- 
ficient language the vast significance of his 
thoughts, says that he feels a bond of close- 
ness between himself and G-d. 

Israel, the Holy Land of G-d's chosen 
people and, perhaps, of the entire world, 
kindles a great passion in the hearts of 
those who understand its importance in the 
evolution of human ideology. One of the 
basic tenets of Jewish philosophy is that 
G-d will reveal himself to mankind only 
through his chosen prophets and only in 
the land of Israel. The prophet Isaiah tells 
us that G-d showed to him only the hem 
of his robe and wisdom, and the prophet 
was forced to lower his head as protection 
against G-d's blazing appearance, a very 
minute spark of the magnitude of his 
greatness. Only there, can man fully grasp 
and comprehend the greatness of the bit of 
understanding He sees fit to reveal to us. 




It is only in our land, encircled by the 
hills that felt the very winds of His might 
and glory, and the rivers that knew the 
honey of His sweetness and kindness, that 
we can accept His gift and use it to create 
new heights for ourselves and the rest of 
mankind. Israel is a country permeated 
with the spirit of an ancient civilization 
whose ideology has served a people who 
have not only grown and blossomed more 
strongly through the ages but whose phi- 
losophy has served as a backbone for the 
rest of the civilized world. Only there can 
we visualize clearly the exalted purpose of 
a nation which has not yet learned the 
meaning of defeat. In an environment close 
both to G-d and to His people it is easier 
to know exactly why, and for what pur- 
pose, He has chosen to give us this power, 
this spark of light, and the best way for 
us to use it, is to strengthen the bond be- 
tween G-d and His people. 




'^ 



of an -Arc 



iiaComu of an -y^clor 



By Phyllis Shapiro 



In a dark and desolate theatre stood an actor— an old man. Oh G-d, I half 
whispered. Suddenly my throat tightened and my entire body was heavily 
covered \x\ui s\\'eat. Oh G-d, I cried in a half whisper. That man is me. 

Desperately I searched for the face of another actor. No! I don't care 
who it would be but please ... I would give anything in the world to see the 
face of another mortal. Oh you fool, you utter fool, my mind repeatedly 
echoed. Don't you know there's nothing to fear but fear itself? 

Please, I ask you, nay, I beg you, keep still! How strange ii> is to be com- 
pletely alone in a place that had but five minutes earlier been occupied by a 
multitude of people. 

Unusually for the first time, the other half of me, my better half perhaps, 
did not ans\\er me. It remained silent. Why? I wondered why? 

Look at me! I veiled in disgust. Look at me! echoed my voice. I have 
uved for fifty-nine years and what have I to show for it? What am I? A 
loathsome actor! I had visions and ambitions of becoming one of the briUiant 
actors of all times. I dreamed also of touring the entire world. I fancied that 
people would sav he was not of an age but of all time. You may ridicule my 
goals, my aspirations, but they were worthwhile goals to be striven for. For 
couldn't L me the great actor, enter a dreamworld such as Alice did? 

Suddenly, a strange voice began to speak. Find yourself, my friend, it said. 
The profession of an actor is a dignified and wonderful one. You have done 
much more than most men ever do in their Hfetime. Did you ever look at it 
in that light? You have toured the entire world— via acting. While acting you 
had to picture yourself in all parts of the globe. Do you not know that there 
is no place as beautiful at that which is a figment of your own imagination? 
Not only have you met different and exalting people but you have actually also 
lived the lives of these various people in a period of a week. You could change 
from a rich snob to a poor peasant; from an ardent lover to a spy. You have 
within yourself the power to command people. The audience is willing to be 
controlled by the very expression of your eyes or by a mere gesture of your 
hand. Is this loathsome? Is this something to be scorned? Remember my 
friend, there is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so. 

A new philosophy of life, an outlook on fife was put forth to me. I pon- 
dered long and hard over it. I repeated the words again and again in my mind. 
There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so. 

Only the sharp clicking of mv heels was heard as I walked out of the 
theatre. I felt different this time. I was unafraid. I now was a strong and proud 
man. G-d's in His heaven; all's right with the world. 



82 



"mm S31 mm nia. 



^"las Tinn cy irr iT^ntr ,n2i notr ct»;", 

— n''^Nit:"'n nr^'i^r^ nati*: 'i'ti' -i"::rn n''2 
n-'na i'7ï2i -^: mN^ti* I'p^^n Ttsirin ns 
.minn ^3 rpc r; 
ir2Y7 n'i'S -sr car; ?•; in^'? s^ i7N '731 
a'i'iyn p ntisj pnx ¡"inî:' ,'7n:in '7'73n '?y 
n'7n: tr'nrn 2n'?i .imoa p'^Ti sn^Jti' iv 
immD nDi'i'n s'7K ]2n «^ win rnjsn 

.1D'7S3 

□•ipi^x nti^y nr nmy'7 nr /.jjuni^ '73« 
-im in ^Di .p'^i:i'7i ytri^ in« mpm 
p'7cy nmy in ^31 .um^D^ r^y oner; 
'7«nc'' cy "iiy ns yii s'7 iü'n ti'in ¡on is 
,inn2 .7nj ri^pn-, ncnm r|Sz njj cpi 
ms n::^! ''jQ-i:n ytrin ]-ip ny-:: mt:n 
rnviy ^njD sin T,y2i /onn ton ^ù* ^:nT 
nyns n-irao "i^ti'nn,, "123 ,icy, 't -;j 
''JNi ''JTi"' ■''7 :DyT3 smp "itj's tinn 
anyan -^i^s p ^snty ■'J^ ns"i .^j^T-tr-y 

'T .'7P uoy ''3 nsim nxy lïiy ^3k 
]M^ri ,n3n2^ n^^pn hn ijí) iian-' irpi^s 
oniiTn ,-iny2 idji .2112 uv"? ^nsm ,nnnty^ 
^31 .Dn''i''i« n'7SD3 ixi^i Dn''NJru:'2 ita'i'C"' 
D''p-'i^n niDtm uinnti' cpni-n mar^ nr 
D'^pni D^^nj ^3 .Do^iy^ lo'pn nn3 nti-N 
cti'Dî:' nyptj» 13 c«i .cn^^n3Q inr cnn''D3 
□■i3n ny^ moiy cnpii-i cm3î ^3n ,DrNi 
.□yniD q-iD"" N'7 



Dis;nn nmss nso 



noy t^iûi N7 cnïca 7st^^ nsi-3 
"I'i'n s^ti' fy .n^"''? t:'sn -nnyi cor pyn 
inw yjT qs cyn n\T s'?::' ^3 ,nî «m nr 

.nya* ^321 ny '732 .'i'sntr'' ^y '- 
nm3r2 ^•l^•^• cpnï v^ î:*"' nm in '733 
7113 ins p-i-ï ti»^ ccyB^i .iD",y n'i'iyn 
.c^p CTiyn r'py pn c'7iyn '73 t,d'' sim 
"123 ins p''iï ^ü' ^í^'D'l^' nyp'iT s^ü* lyi 
i:iD3n viDSt:' "03 ^y^ p^iï ^c nir'Dt:' nmr 
■'aip lyp'O' s^ti' ly ,y'^in"'i n\yi2 '7y yr 
C"'3'7í3 n",3n'7i cn^i"? '7''nnnt:* ^î^•c '7'^ nnn 
nts'Dty nmr ,nn-iîD ni' ^3y3 ics D^^n: 
«'"7 ns n3n dû' ■'3 2iy::2 yi:'in'' '7Ü' 
nsi .n'i'n:^ cïis ns '7Sitr"''7 inji c^3'7cn 
'7S-iB>"' ns D"'J3an sin y^*in^ ,nn Mt^'Q ■'3 

.li'lS^ 

.^«iDtyi ^^y D'^tûDit^n ^y ins: p id31 
•«i^i S2"'i iQ^iyiJ i^y ]n3n 2tr s^t:- ly 
in2pT2 i'7y "'j-'y in3 s'7ty ly .impo2 '7SiI3'l1' 
1112 i3^n si» v}2 •'3) iJDD n'i'tytoDn nposji 
'1 N''3j ,innyj2 "nsnn„ ysnn 123 ,('t 
m3^D D-'pm -jííD^ ^istt' ns nti-D id*s 

.'i'Sltr"' 

m32'7 ppin'^i-n iîts ,111 -7on iî:'S3i 

Iti'S nO^C I'i'lJ 123 C^r3"'2 S21 ;pT ,'1'7 n'2 

.sü'jm cin '1 n''2 ns m:27 n3- 
^iptiM c''S3n2 '7"ii:n S2"'py 'i nct:'3 
'7y "ins„2 nsi""" •innu'^i ,inirnp2 ntr'DS 
n3ntî'n sTti» 113 n^2i2 m'i'^np ^Mpn iti's 
iioan 'i'ST^'' S"'D*3 ,121 i'7i3 ^s^'u^"':3 nnn 
DIM ly 2py m^Mp ncnn ,nrj'an ns 

.nrn 



83 




.nn^V^n ijïis '7'^ njin^y ns ny^m ,i:ioy 
! nDíTTi s'? : mnTnn nsï'' ni^anan 

•¿•Tm n^y- T;i3n -idí:i !"y:nn s'7 cnn 
.r^y nni^m ^'si ci2 i^fis cy n-'nnn ns 
nnyn 'i'jín nnn msa'^an '•üm'? m 

■^y mpn"? imannîy ,'7kiií''' l'isn ma-«Dnn 

nn^n m «in ni ^d — mint^'n h^td 

irtî'np ^OT '7ip .ii'-iNi 'i'snty^ 'i'îr n-^mnon 

: nmsn îd cpyi:»- 

¡"í^x Qmn mpn nns*„ 

: niiy nmn ^ip nm 
."nyiD N3 ■'D n^an^ ny„ 



^tr nti'Oîr ny^pt:» nns c^:^ c'on 

.mmn "ina'n yp2 n^a^^sn nnn\T 
■r-inDH n-'n t» ^y .^uN-iTin ,ns^ d'71n3 
ns Túiy n::^'.:' -nn .c'^n"'^ S2 ms-p -my 
,pîm xin nns '7ns lyn i'7ip .^n^n iti's-i 
T¿*2í3 ,ymn"i T'^i^an ,N"in szd ^^•Tb^•■' ^ip 
:"'?«-itt"' ms^a nap run,, r-imsi 

"vi'-sM-'ri^s ^siw'^ ni27 -r;-\r\ -t ^ip 
iTicn ns ]3 1123 "imy "j^s ^an -'^^)¡p ^on 
. . . -iri'ia ns î'-ii'n^ ^^nnm ^^nyn ^-i2-r2n 
■nn: n-iJiB^in npnss ■'sin ly nann 
-y c'i':-i rpn D'':''iTD cis ^sis c^r'i'^a 
nam T2 an'? p'':ynty ciin pti'ja cti-si 
ns '¡'''^3 i^D'^n^ na ,n3T;nan •''7;:sn 
iTisn ^^^:^'; i::'7 cp .'7STir'' ntai^s nnsw* 
■¡cy '7y„ :(:"3 c^'7nn) ^m^sn Tiiîrcn '^'ù' 
s'71 '>i:d □T'nD:! 137 nns . . . iio imiy^ 
n'''73:s — T.c's cj . . . n-y ^siî:'"' ci>' -i3t^ 
. . . "•ù^'? "'J3'7 ynT rn . . . coy m'7J — 

: inovy^ njy ]Vï2 pvii'm 
^iî3 t; en"?: ii'i'yi ;"nnsn ni"3an ns,, 

!";nnsn um 
nyp-.a n'7sn ni-isnn mni '73 2'? anpm 
...!"l^Tin ti'2: n"'n'7 |nn '7S„ : cntr intr 
vms^sa ms-in'7 'n ati» .ojn mp njm 
i^nj canî^n "jiz-'is .c''33nm ¡lyi: "'o-'n 
.■'nm nnp min'^i nT'sno n'720 
mypi3 n-'7sc "'3'7s ? n '7 ? i 1 s 

: m^iyi 
'¿ nsî n^sn-'sn nnn'''7 n^ nn'7y na'7 
;i3 ntrpn sin nm ?nTn '7nan -sn nn no 
njiiD 'i'ty n'^'Dü' nn"'nT'7 '7n:n pcsn 
■¡s ; mp'^-jDD m3"iD'n ]''s c:os ? ^s^i^'■' 
.nn'? sin D7n nti-pn 
nï"is3 nTi:! stsn ,m-n^n nson stan 
'7y p-i S7 ,3'7D iT n3i'7y nn3tr: .n*^*npn 
my„ ''^yn c: s'ils nnn'^a ^a3t^• n^s n^ 
.'"iisian ns''3 ly miïD ""m-ipo ,c^i''sson 
nn\n lt u: .(D^-iDmspa-isn c-icprnuTisn) 

.ntn '7yo3 
nsîn n37iD!2n nmnn nsï'' n^onjo 
en isinaty cyn p '''7-iat2rs p'7n c•'^^n^^l^' 
,nT'nM cm^iin s-in c2í:"íd ¡nsi c^2'^'v 
Vv:>mD n''2 nyi ¡iTo'i'niD '?^ v^imn n"i2D 
nmn noD'snn '^^^n 'i'sian ]iCQty 'i '7t:' 
isi^nn ■L^'^^n '7ti' n"'D'7n c: .nsrn m''j2n 
^•ù'Mp CID yi2xn ";%Ti„ nn32 nn%n ns 
CB'npn jr^ "'in ^«i -— ^n ''>c° ^"n^"' 
IP 1^ nj2 cs^'ù* ^yti' c^smon n'-jan: nna 
.B"'D"' n^ta'^n «oncn '^sn 



84 



nnsn mm 



."Dipn min' caí cia 
(in3 3PÎ/' — "D'xjpn,,) 

i"irn . . . ri:^ laiys ;'"? ntt'm 

nasm ¡«icn mn%n vn-nn cys n\na' smj 
empatan n^c" .n^sca miv^ mo nnm 

.nnnn an ti-ipnn '7i'72 Tinn dj 

,D"'ï«jn ^JiT'is Dn'''7y iT'tacnt:' nnsri 

D"''77n mm cn^v cxy; tiyoD 'rsnti-"" 
.on"'!'?''! ,cn"'ns «cnTins •'nvn n^ncn 

ciam7n ^2 not:':^' ly — ,t;t, n*'^: 
Tiicn iDiyi .ins pn ns-L^ji ,n^sn c^s^sjn 
nn«n n^^ ,n^nD'7 cinw*n n^sn aj ^y ntn 
,n«tyjtt' ]nn«n ,in« ins pi m nnn 
mji'7nn im .]n'7-'7in3 ^ai ,n"'Jtyn ^V2^ 
nnom î:'k m:w^ '7y '?« minann cm^ti'n 
.incn ■'¿"'y ns «nocn ;c'y 
cm^n . . . njnnsn n"in\n nyctrj n:m 
."Itsynn . . . pnn nnnn ns it'd ■T''7í^•o 
,p'i'-'i'in3 ^:n ri^uy qia n^-isj nm . . . i^an:: 
.noT'sn nnmn ns nynan ,Dn ^uta 
!n''j'?",sn nnn-'n '7y ^'7i:in cnoa -¡3 

. . . ]^^n n^j-i mm"- n^sj 








'9' 



/W 



anuacrip 



ipt 



By Gloria S. Katz 



Before all creation, one masterpiece ex- 
isted. A masterpiece so powerful, so won- 
derful that for it G-d created the heavens 
and the earth. This masterpiece, holy and 
overflowing with the perfection that only 
G-dliness can give, is the basis for our 
creation. It is the TORAH. 

Torah was for the entire world, yet, 
many nations were unwilUng to accept her. 
Torah wanted to leave her heavenly abode 
in order to fulfill her purpose here on earth, 
but alas no one wanted her. No one, that 
is, except the Jews when they were finally 
freed from Egypt. 

Torah was given to teach us the way to 
unite with Hashem, how to serve Him 
every moment of our hves. We were given 
to Torah to be her priests; to awaken the 
world to the Torah's ideals, and, most im- 
portant, to bring man closer to the Al- 
mighty. 

Frequently during our history, it ap- 
peared as if the Torah had been a great 
burden upon the back of the Jew, the cause 
of persecution, of physical anguish to the 
Jew; yet, nothing could lessen the spiritual 
elations that the Torah imparted to him. 

The Torah is the Jew's world— his whole 
life. It is his source of courage and strength, 
his eternal light to what is good and what 
is evil. In Torah the Jew finds answers to 
all his problems as it is said "Seek and seek, 
for all is in it." This is our original manu- 
script, this is our masterpiece— TORAH. 



85 



rJLa S^ieóta 



qLc 



anauaaeâ 



Bv Brenda Ostreicher and Bernice Fine 

Era un reportero en los Estados Unidos 
que fué enviado por su redactor a México 
para enterarse de la vida de la gente allí. 
Cuando estuviera de vuelta, debería escribir 
una serie especial sobre las costumbres 
mexicanas. 

Hablando a la gente, esperó coleccionar 
todos los datos necesarios para completar 
su misión. 

Hacía buen tiempo cuando nuestro re- 
portero salió para México. Llegó a un 
pueblecito de México a la una y se preparó 
a conocer a los individuos. 

Se dirigió a un hotal y no halló a nadie. 
No pudo contener su gran sorpresa y 
decidió andar a pie por las calles. Y to- 
davía, no encontró ni siquiera a una per- 
sona. Miró en las tiendas con el mismo 
resultado. Se preguntó— ¿A dónde se 
fueron todos? 

A consecuencia de eso, el vino a la con- 
clusión que toda la gente de la ciudad habrá 
muerto. 

Regresó a los Estados Unidos, lleno de 
un sentimiento de fracaso. A la semana 
siguiente, se leyó en su artículo que la pob- 
lación de ese pueblecito había muerto. 

Una cosa de que no se dio cuenta nuestro 
reportero fué que una costumbre muy im- 
portante de los países de habla española es 
la siesta. 

La siesta es un descanso para toda per- 
sona. Tiene lugar entre la una y las cuatro 
porque en estas horas el sol brilla mucho v 
por eso, hace mucho calor. 

Esperemos que otro norteamericano no 
se equivoque de la misma manera. 





cJLabor Kymnia Uincit 



By Ruth Bergstein and Eileen Elbaum 

Multi existimant linguam Latinam mori- 
turam esse; sed, hoc anno, lingua Roman- 
orum rursus vivit. 

Invenimus linguam Latinam cum Can- 
tore, magistro nostro, maximam esse. \'ero, 
haec lingua difficilis est; sed pugnare non 
destitimus, atque, magna cum virtute puel- 
lae Cantoris pugnaverunt, ut linguam, quae 
orbem terrarum olim regebat, cognoscerent. 

Paucae numero sumus, sed in mentibus 
spem studiumque portavimus. ALigna cum 
diflîcultate laboravimus ut tandem dicere 
possemus: 

"A'enimus, vidimus, vicimus!" 



Central comes close to teaching the "Seventy Tongues." Our diversified 
program takes us to the realms of ancient Rome, exotic Spain, and bizarre 
France. We shall now attempt to take you there with us. 




l/ln (^oufá sJjaná r ¡otre L^iaóó de IJ-i 



rancciiá 



Par Libby Koenigsberg 
La cloche vient de sonner. Dépechons- 
nous! Courons! Le professeur est déjà en 
classe: toujours ponctuel, il y vient avant 
même que la cloche sonne. 

Toutes les jeunes filles s'assoient. Sans 
perdre de temps, la leçon de français com- 
mence. Nous corrigeons le devoir — de 
grammaire — bien entendu: analyse logique 
ou grammaticale, conjugaison de verbes 
irréguliers a tous les temps ou parfois des 
exercices bien difficiles sur les participes 
passés. 

— Mademoiselle, la-bas, combien de 

fautes avez-vous? 

— Une faute, ¡Monsieur. 

— Suivante. 

— Une faute. Monsieur. 

Du fond de la salle, une voix se fait en- 
tendre, sans toutefois attirer l'attention du 
professeur: menteuse! 

Nous finissons enfin la correction du 
devoir et nous ouvrons notre livre de gram- 
maire. Nous avons, cependant, un livre de 
lecture dont nous nous servons rarement. 
Décidément, notre maitre est féru de gram- 
maire. Comme il se doit, nous devons ap- 
prendre, chaque jour, vingt mots par coeur 
et les prononcer a haute et intelligible voix, 
car notre professeur, fort méticuleux 
comme tous les Français, exige de nous 
une prononciation parfaite. Il oublie, sans 
doute, que nous sommes a New York et 
non a Paris . . . 

Nous lisons un paragraphe sur la civilisa- 
tion française. Il nous pose une question 



mais personne ne répond, du moins correc- 
tement! 

— Je donne deux points pour une bonne 
réponse. 

Le silence plane sur toute la classe. 
— Cinq points. Mesdemoiselles, personne 
n'en veut? 

Stimulées alors par l'appât des points, 
les réponses sont évidemment nombreuses, 
mais aucune d'elles ne plait a Monsieur! 

Les cinq points . . . quel dommage! 

Un jour, notre professeur a amené son 
fils a l'école. Il s'appelle Marcel et n'a que 
quatre ans. Fraîchement arrive de Paris, 
il ne comprend que le français. En classe, 
les deux messieurs ont parlé français: ayant 
suivi leur conversation, nous n'avons, ce- 
pendant, presque rien compris, car ils par- 
laient tres vite. 

Un autre jour, notre maitre nous a pré- 
senté un film sur la France, ce qui nous a 
ainsi permis d'admirer les beaux sites de 
Paris, les parcs, les boulevards, les Champs- 
Elysées, la Tour Eiffel, la Seine, la Cathé- 
drale de Notre-Dame, les célebres chateaux 
de Versailles et de Fontainebleau etc. Il 
nous a parlé de la vie française et surtout 
de Paris qu'il aime passionnément. 

Nous aimons bien notre classe de français 
et surtout notre cher professeur qui nous 
enseigne tres bien la langue de Moliere. 
Grace a lui, nous avons appris a parler 
français, a aimer la France et surtout les 
Français . . . 
(Reproduction of accents was not possible.) 



87 



SD im m in 

mm m^ n^ni 




■.na iJ^ VIT* c-<D';s^ .ü.^t2'?]!1 |dî, n-N'?^ 
.]pntrn ^?::* mynn n^ti-iaiD i:s p^i T'psnn 
•:s iQ^vn^", ;,:'? yiT' n-'psn ^-is nn'? 'i?-s 
.unsn i^n no Dc^'i'i «n no'? ny-^ D^ncn 

Tin^ pT N^^ naiwn '7y i^nsn ins '73 ^ti* 
nn:tynn 'rc nn^va T'I ,n3u ik jpnîi* 
ijnw nDmm c^tain:: nscia n:r'7>'n 

■73« ,nnN nDiya csn pi uk 13 ,"?nD'7i 
'Tinnn '73 ^iId t; ^^rai naiï,,,! 't pt 
rMn„ ,N''23n nniD .ninon '?3 ns v"tr 

¡T'a ,c^-iyn '7^ iisa itap p'i'n 'i7''esi 
-i^-;'2 noziD o'cîi'a sin :^s ,'?-í'\12ü ijnsc 
.nD233 mn« nnni nn^oo nns nna •i-'Ejs 
■'J3'7 iT nD3 7^ □''jpna'3 'jys-.n ijn^s 
^y la^nn ,u^mQ ,D''3\-iJDn .u^y^ ym« 
.¡vd: noinn c^jpn'^* t'ti' mun '7y3 i^nriD 
— c'^nn inn lims na'7i ums* inp'7 t^d 
nn^'7 un-.s -nnan ,iJ2 ny: .minn in 
ny isii" — nijnnn umm ns u^iyi 
m^îiy 13S itr-ryi .n-nccn n'7C''7C'^ n^'i'in' 
D^iy^ nsi-7 nuoiDi ison nia l'iria n«. 
n'7sn 13S1 .n'7"-:n naan '7y yi3-,n'7T amn 

."■i3^'7y 'T cyj 






BACKERS 



89 




To . . . 

THE SENIORS OF I960 

Glad to see you go. 

We are that much nearer to graduation. 

Loads of Good Luck in all your future 
endeavors. 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 



90 



^ 



Sincerest Wishes 
from 

THE GENERAL 
ORGANIZATION 

for Mazel and Ha+zlacha 
TO ALL THE GRADUATES 

Mindy Hochberg 

President 

Judi Gottlieb 

Vice-President 

Rachel Freeman 

Secretary 

Marilyn Gottlieb 

Treasurer 



% 



91 



%. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

MARGARET GLUCK 

on Her Graduation 



Mary and Charles Gordon 

The Ruby and Meyer Bursteins 
Aunt Lilly and Uncle Morris 
Dr. Helene Glickman 
Dr. David Cohen 

R. U. Panto Connpany 



\ 




Mazel, Bracha and Ha+zlacha to 

Our Dear Daughter, Sister, and Aunt 

ABBY 



Love 



Mother and Dad 

Arnie and Gloria Goldstein 
Mark Ira Goldstein 

Eric Steven Goldstein 

Les and Ethel Kanarfogel 
Fred Paul Kanarfogel 




93 




Congratula+îons and Best Wishes \o 

SAUNDRA HAMM 



upon Her Graduation 



Mom and Dad 

Audrey and Sherry 

Grandma and Grandpa 
Aunt Syl and Uncle AI 
Edward F. Widmayer 
Samuel Meyer 



94 




Congratulations to 

RACHEL 



Mr. and Mrs. Kalter 
Hannah 
Goldy 
Sruly 
Reva 



and Friends 



95 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

RICKY 

A Wonderful Girl 



With Love from: 
Monn and Dad 
Avy and Beth 
Tzip and Chel 

Heshy and Phyllis 
Sara and Brocha 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenberg and Family 
William Menzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mender 
Ross Pharmacy 
Harold Korman 



96 



?l 



Best Wishes . . . 

ETHEL 

in All Your Future Endeavors 

Mother and Dad 

Annnon and Elaine 

Aliza Orent 



97 




! ! CONGRATULATIONS, COUSINS ! ! 
Bracha . . . Ha+zlacha . . . Mazel ... to 

RUTH PLATNICK 

and 

SUZAN WEINMAN 

from 

MOM AND DAD MOM AND DAD 

and and 

Joany Madeline 

Bubi Fînkelman 
and 
Mr. and Mrs. I. Platnick 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pla+nick 
Mr. and Mrs. I. Ferleger 
Harold Weiss 
Mr. and Mrs. I. Saidlower 
Uncle Jack and Aunt Norma 
Uncle Sam and Aunt Selma 
Uncle Sol and Aunt Fannie 
Uncle Abe and Aunt Millie 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ingber 



To Our Darling 

SHEILA RESNICK 

Mazel Tov on Your Graduation 
Best Wishes for a Healthy and Happy Future 
Mother & Dad 
Ira Saul 

Grandma & Grandpa 

Cousins Ben & Millie Resnick 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Flinker 
Mr. & Mrs. Al Ingber 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Batwin 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Gitlin 
Mr. & Mrs. Al Tapper 
Mr. & Mrs. Almos 




99 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

VIVIAN ROSENBAUM 

Upon Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Israel Zelig 

Rabbi & Mrs. Murray Rosenbaum 
Arlene & Samuel 

Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Golschmedt and Son 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Singer and Family 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Brecher and Sons 
Mr. & Mrs. Murray Zelig 
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Graf 
Mr. Harry Zelig 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Rosenbaum 
Mrs. Jean Zelig & Daughters 



100 



All Our Love to Our Sweet Daughter, 

REVA 

We wish her much happiness . . . 



MR. and MRS. HERMAN SHULMAN 
and Family 

Rachel and Friends 



K 



101 




From Friends of 

MARY. 

PHYLLIS, 

ELAINE. 

and 
HARRY SHAPIRO 



102 




Congratulations to 

EILEEN 



on Her Graduation 



Compliments of 

MR. and MRS. STEINBERG 
AMY and ANN 



103 




Best Wishes to Our Daughter 

CHARLOTTE 



on Her Graduation 



MR. and MRS. JACK WIESELMAN 
and Sister Lenore 



104 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

CAROLE AND PHYLLIS 



Mom and Dad 

Grandmother 
Moish 

Judy 



%^ 



105 



^l^ 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

BONNIE ZWEBNER 

The "Bracha" in Our Lives 



Bubby and Zadie Cohen 
Bubby Zwebner 

Mom and Dad and Zla+ie 
Mel and Jackie 
Dr. Eisens+ein 

Kevelson Bros. 

Louis Shiffnnan 



106 



Congratulations to 

The Graduating Class of I960 

from 
The Parent-Teachers Association 

OFFICERS 

President Anna Feld 

Vice President Hilda Imberman 

Rec. Secretary Sylvia Goldblatt 

Cor. Secretary Genia Golombeck 

Treasurer Sarah Werner 



Best Wishes to 

All The Graduates 

fronn 

Bestform Foundations, Inc. 

38-01 47th AVENUE 
LONG ISUND CITY 1, N. Y. 



107 



Congratulations to Our Cousin 

Marilyn Gottlieb 

Upon Her Graduation 

from 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelman 



/^ 



Mazel Tov to 

Adena 

Rabbi & Mrs. Eliezer Silver Mr. Isidore Eisenberg 

Rabbi & Mrs. David L. Silver & Family 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Chazin & Daniel 

Kesher Izrael Congregation, Harrisburg, Pa. 



Congratulations to 

Rita Neme+h 

on Her Forthcoming Marriage 

from 

Sister Denah 



Congratulations to 

Sara Sail 

from 
BUBBI BERRIS, ZAIDI ROZMAN, MOM and DAD, and RICKY 

and 

Mr. & Mrs. M. H. Berris Mr. & Mrs. A. Motzer 

Mr. & Mrs. D. I. Berris Mr. & Mrs. M. Weiner 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Freundlich 



^ 



109 



\ 



matter 
tñiditióh 



MANISCHEWITZ 



kosher -, wines 



MANISCHEWITZ WINE CO 



Best Wishes to 

MARILYN 
GOTTLIEB 

Upon Her Graduation 

from Her Cousins 
Mickey & AI Getman 



Greetings and Best Wishes to 

SELMA 
GOLDMAN 

and to All the Graduates 

of the Class of 1960 

from 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Jacobs 

654 Rockaway Parkway 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Maze! and Brocha to 
Our Beloved Daughter 

MARGARET 
GLUCK 

Upon Her Graduation 
Mother, Father and Sister 



110 



Officers and Members of 

FIRST CONGREGATION 

ANSHE SFARD 

of Boro Park 

wish a Hearty Mazel Tov to 

BARBARA 
BIENENSTOCK 

Upon Her Graduation 



Best Wishes to 

SHARON 

and All the Graduates 

from 
THE FRIEDKIN FAMILY 



Our Very Best Wishes to Our 

Daughter, 

Granddaughter 

and Sister 

BERNICE 

• 

Rabbi & Mrs. Isadora Fine 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Levine 

Moishe & Gail 



Maze! Tov and Best Wishes 

for a Wonderful Future 

to Our Beloved Daughter 

and Sister 

LINDA 

Mom & Dad 
Menucha, Shaul & "Yingie" 



111 



% 



To . . . 

Uncle Charles 

and 

Aunt Esther 

Though all the advertising 
in the world would not be 
sufficient, I wish to thank 
you both, for being what 
you are — the most wonder- 
ful people in the world. 

Love always, 

Phyllis 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

PHYLLIS 

and 

CAROLE 
ZAUDERER 

• 

Two Friends 



Best Wishes to 

RUTH 

from 

Mom Dad Becky 

Buby Zady 



Mozel Tov to 

JANET 
WEINSTEIN 

on Her Graduation 

Mom Dad Linda and Schneur 

Jacob Gail Mef Ellard 



112 



Loads of Luck to 

IRENE ROSENFELD 

ox 7-3993 

Frederic Greenhut 

Fi7ie Custom Tailorivg 

Exclusive Imoprted Fabrics 

Uniquely Designed 

Personalized Detailing 

56-58 West 45th Street 
New York 36, N. Y. 



Mazei Tov to Our Dear 

Rabbi and Rebitzen 

and Their Lovely Daughter 

VIVIAN 
ROSENBAUM 

from 

CONGREGATION BETH EL 

OF FLATBUSH 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

EVELYN 

from 

Mom & Dad 

Grandma & Grandpa 




Mazel Tov to Our Daughter 

RENAH 

Rabbi & Mrs. Ostrinsky 
Zavi & Sarah 

• 

Mazel Tov to Our Niece 

RENAH 

Seymore Jack & Ruth 
Florence Esther 



113 




We Congratulate Our Daughter 

BRENDA 

on Her Graduation 

with Gratitude to 

the Principals and Faculty 

Mr. & Mrs. Wishengrad 
and Sheila 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

SANDRA 

WERBLOWSKY 

Mr. & Mrs. David Deitsch 
and Famiiy 



Mazel Tov to Our Daughter 
and Granddaughter 

SANDY 
STEINHARDT 

May this be one of many Simchas 

we will shore with her 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Steinhardt 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Nadel 



Congratulations to 

RUTH 
SCHOEN 

J. BERMAN & SONS 

9617 Church Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



114 



Best Wishes to 

RUTH PLATNICK 

• 

JOSEPH PLATNICK 

Valley Knitting Machinery Corp. 

Newly Imported Flat 

Knitting Machinery 

Luig's Model Electra 50 

High Speed - Fully Automatic 

Exclusive Agent for U.S.A., 

Canada, and Mexico 
68 RICHARDSON STREET 
Bklyn. 11, N. Y. - ST 2-2624 


Best Wishea to 

ADENA SILVER 

and the Graduating Class 

• 

A FRIEND 


Mazel Tov to 

ELLEN SIEGFRIED 

• 

PR 3-1329 Free Delivery 

"GLATT" - Ephraim Stern 

Strictly Kosher Meats, Provisions 

and Chicken Market 
Hotels and Restaurants Supplied 

4818 CHURCH AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Congratulations, 

GRADUATES! 

and Faculty and Administration 

m 

ISHAE HERSHOWITZ 


Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

HEDY SPIRA 

Upon Her Graduation 


Best Wishes to 

DOROTHY WACHTENHEIM 

from 

ASSOCIATED FOOD 
STORE 

5501 N. V. AVENUE 




J 



115 



Wishing Every Success to 

BERNICE FINE 

• 

MR. & MRS. ROY KAVA 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
for Siiccess to the 

CLASS OF JUNE 1960 



Yeshiva University 
Alumni Wives 

HELYNE WASHER, Près. 



To an Outstanding Student . . . 

NAOMI FUCHS 

We are truly proud of your 

achievements 
May you rise from strength 

to strength. 

Aunt Helen, Uncle Karl 

Cousins Florence and 

Joseph Applbaum 



In Honor of Our Niece 

BARBARA EPSTilN 



RABBI & MRS. 

MORRIS PICKHOLZ 

and FAMILY 



Mazel Tov to Our 
Dear Dniighter and Sister 

SHIFRA NULMAN 

Upon Her Graduât i 07i 

• 

RABBI & MRS. 

SEYMOUR NULMAN 

and BASHEVA 

268 EAST BROADWAY 
New York 2, N. Y. 



Best Wislies to 

NAOMI 

and Her Felloiv Graduates 



RABBI & MRS. P. RAYMON 

ELOZOR-MAYER, HILLEL 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

SORAH 

a7id Her Classmates 



MR. & MRS. JACOB ZWIEBEL 
GLADYS and DAVID 



Mazel Tov to 

BERNICE GOLDBERG 

from 



MOM & DAD 
Herb Paula & Elliot 



Eric 



116 



Best Wishes to 

FRANCES GREENBERG 

for a Successful Future 



BENJAMIN DREXLER 

12 CROWN STREET 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov to 

PAULA HALPERN 



TENNENBAUM CATERERS 

The Aristocrats of 
Kosher Catering 

BROADWAY CENTRAL 
HOTEL 



Best Wishes to 

BARBARA NISSEL 



ATLAS SLIDE 
FASTENER CORP. 

225 WEST 36th STREET 
New York 18, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

JUDY HAMBER 



PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF 
DANCING, INC. 

For All Social Dances 

534 FLATBUSH AVENUE 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BU 4-6388 



Best Wishes and Hatzlacha 
to Our Daughter and Sister 

BARBARA 



MR. & MRS. 

DAVID NISSEL 

NEIL and ZELDA 



Congratulations to 

SHIFRA NULMAN 

CA 6-7750 

ROSENBLATT'S 

Manufacturers of Exclusive 
Coats and Suits 

17 DIVISION STREET 
New York 2, N. Y. 



Mazel and Loads of Success 
to Our Loving Daughter 

LEAH 

Upon Her Graduation 



MR. & MRS. 
ELIAS HAUSMAN 

Best Wishes to 

RICKY NUSSBAUM 

• 

SMOLOWITZ BROS. 
VAN LINES 

A Complete Moving and Storage 
Service to All 48 States 

General Offices: 

909 UTICA AVENUE 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EV 5-2300 



^^^^— >• 



117 



Congratulations to 

MINDY HOCHBERG 

• 

Compliments of 

PRISCILLA ICE CREAM 

788 ST. ANN'S AVENUE 



Congratulations to 
Our Daughter 

SARA 

and Her Classmates 
Upon Their Graduation 

RABBI & MRS. 
HARRY HOROWITZ 



To 

TOBY 

Best of Luck in All 
Your Future Undertakings 

With Love . . . 

BABA & ZADA 



A Hearty Mazel Tov to 

HARRIET 

and Best Wishes 
on Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. 

BENNY OBERMAN 

and FAMILY 



Congratulations to 

MARGARET GLUCK 

• 

RE 2-1813 

SEXTON DRUG STORE 

Leon Helpern, Ph.G., Reg. Phar. 

377 BELMONT AVENUE 
Springfield, Mass. 



Best Wishes to 

MARGARET GLUCK 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Best Wishes to 

ROSE KALISH 

• 

PHILIP BRODY, M.D. 

221 ALBEMARLE ROAD 
Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

MARGARET GLUCK 

on Her Graduation 



MR. MILTON KATZ 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



118 



Best Wishes to 

NECHAMA KAMINETSKY 



PADAWER & STEIGMAN, Inc. 

ASSOCIATED FOOD STORE 

5501 NEW UTRECHT AVE. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Congratulations to 

MARGARET GLUCK 

on Her Graduation 

• 

GOLD'S POULTRY 
& EGG FARM 

Fresh Laid Eggs 
from Contented Hens 

451 PARKER STREET 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 

Congratulations to 

MARGARET GLUCK 

on Her Graduation 



DAUM BAKING CO. 

384 DICKENSON STREET 
Springfield, Mass. 



Achuliin Levaviyim 
Libitaynu vi Achotanu 

Yosef vi Shulamit Kaminetsky 

David Tzvi Yehudah Sragai 

Emunah Sima Yael 



Congratulations to 

GLORIA SUE KATZ 



HERMAN DAVID 
DIAMONDS 

10 WEST 47th STREET 
New York 36, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

LIBBY 

Upon Her Graduation 



PHIL & ESTHER ZULLER 



Congratulations to 
Our Youngest Daughter 

SULAMITA 

on Her Graduation 
We wish her Bracha and Hatzaefia 

FAMILY GLUCK 
Mom, Dad, Simcha, Rosa 



Mazel Tov to 

LIBBY 

on Her Graduation 
from 

GERVER COUSINS' CLUB 




119 



Best Wishes to 

VIRTUE KRESCH 

EV 7-7298 

TRAINER STUDIO 

Wedding Photography 
Exclusively 

Bridal Portraits ■ Candid Albums 
Three Dimensionals ■ Movies 

186 DIVISION AVENUE 
Brooklyn 11, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov to 

JUDY GOLDINER 

BR 9-1573; 5839 

HARRY BROWNSTEIN 

Spec, in Garment Center Deliveries 
Bonded and Insured • 

251 WEST 40th STREET 
New York 18, N. Y. 



AL 4-5361 



BERENT & SMITH 

Sweaters - Blonses - Skirts 

Sizes 36 to 40 

Now Featuring Jonotlian Logan Dresses 

Better Sportswear at 

Discount Prices 

Closed Saturday - Open Sundays 
Money Refunded in 30 Days 

94 RIVINGTON STREET 
New York, N. Y. 



Good Luck to 

JUDI GOTTLIEB 



RUMAIN BROS. 

Kosher Butchers 

1103 CLARKSON AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Good Luck to 
FRANCES GREENBERG 



MOHL-FUR CO., INC. 

Manufacturers of 
Fine Furs 

345 SEVENTH AVENUE 
New York 1, N. Y. 

LA 4-0998 



Congratulations to 

HARRIETT! NAIMARK 



SAMUEL and MARTHA 
ADLER 



Best Wishes to 

VIRTUE KRESCH 



SOLAR CURTAIN CO. 

Aaron Brown 

200 FIFTH AVENUE 
New York, N. Y. 



In Honor of 

MARGARET GLUCK 

on Her Graduation 



SAMUEL I. COHEN 
PROVISIONS 



120 



ComplÎTnents and 
Best Wishes to 

RICKY NUSSBAUM 



FARMFOOD RESTAURANT 

142 WEST 49th STREET 
New York City 

PL 7-4971 



Congratulations to 

SHAINDY 

and the Graduating Class 
of 1960 



MR. & MRS. 
NATHAN HAUSMAN 



Congratulations and 
the Best of Luck to 

MINDY HOCHBERG 



FRANCIS H. LEGGET 
& COMPANY 



All the Best to 
Our Niece and Cousin 

MINDY 

on Her Graduation 



THE KLEINBARD FAMILY 



Best Wishes to 

MINDY HOCHBERG 



COOPERDALE DAIRY 
COMPANY 

Milk and Milk Products 

8846 COOPER AVENUE 
Forest Hills, L. I. 



Congratulations to 

BINA PRESSER 

and the Graduating Class 
from 

KEM PRODUCTS CORP. 

44-54 IRVING STREET 



Congratulations to 

HARRIET NAIMARK 

• 

ADLER'S MILK CO., INC. 

103 BRUCKNER BLVD. 
Bronx, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

PAULA 

Upon Her Graduation 
from 

RABBI & MRS. 
ARTHUR SCHICK 



f 



121 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to Our Daughter 

BRENDA 



MR. & MRS. OSTREICHER 
and FAMILY 



Mazel Tov V'Hatzlacha to 

LIBBY 



DADDY & MOMMY 
and SHULAMITH 



Best Wishes to 

BARBARA BIENENSTOCK 



HOME IMPROVEMENT 
COMPANY 

4212 14th AVENUE 
Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

BARBARA BIENENSTOCK 

on Her Graduation 

• 

W. B. BOW TIE CO. 

27 WEST 30th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 



A Hearty Mazel Tov to 

BARBARA BIENENSTOCK 

on Her Graduation 



FAMOUS BOW TIE CO. 

164 WEST 29th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 



Best Wishes to 

BERNICE FINE 

• 

BAYLIS & SON 
CATERERS 

Tree of Life Center 

1643 EAST 13th STREET 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

NI 5-7722 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

RUTH SHUSTER 

on Her Graduation 



Love . . . 

MOM DAD 
ELI and RICHARD 

Best Wishes to 

THE GARDUATES 

HY 8-7010-1 

LOUIS ZASLAV 
& SONS 

Distributors of Plumbing 

and Heating Supplies 

Sinks - Ranges - Heaters 

1731 PITKIN AVENUE 
Bet. Osborn St. and Thatford Avenue 

Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 



122 



My Heartfelt Congratulations to 

PEARL 

Upon Her Graduation 

and Best Wislies to 

Her Parejits, 

KABBI & MRS. 

BARUCH M. RABINOWITZ 

for a lot of "Nachas." 

JULIUS DAVIDSON 



Congratulations to 

SHEILA RESNICK 

froin 

OPERATIVE GREENWALD 
BAKERIES CORP. 

543 OSBORN STREET 
Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov and Hatzlacfui 
to Our Niece 

MARTHA 

on Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Nanheim 
and Family 



Mazel Tov and Best Wisliea 
to Our Daughter 

MARTHA 

Upon Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Rispler & Son 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

EILEEN ELBAUM 

from 

AUNT ETHEL 



Mazel Tov and 
Best Wishes to 

ROZI 

from 

Mom & Dad Lila Phyllis 
Sammy Sandy Debby 

and Special Good Wishes from 

Abie 



Congratulations to 
Our Daughter 

NAOMI ROSENTHAL 

from 

MOM & DAD 



Best Wishes to 

RUTH SCHUSTER 

Í7i All Her Future Endeavors 

• 

MAX BLANCIA 
Michael & Joel 



J^ 



123 



Congrafnlatio7if! to 

EILCEN STEINBERG 

from 

ECHRIER BROS., INC. 

10 NORTH 10th STREET 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Co7iarnfiiIatio7iR to 

BARBARA STROM 

on Her Graduation Day 

from 

EDWARD SHÔR 



Best Wishes to 

BARBARA STROM 
ALBERT KOPP & CO. 

200 LEXINGTON AVENUE 
New York City 



Good Lad: to 

ALL THE GRADUATES 

• 

DR. HARRY F. JENNEY 



Compliments to 

SYLVIA MARK 

A Futiire Graduate 



JULIUS MARK 
DOROTHY MARK 



Mazel Tov to 
Our Daughter and Sister 

GLORIA SUE 

May the Future Have the Best 
in Store for You. 



MOM AND DAD 
BEVERLY and MAURICE 



Best Wishes and 
Loads of Luck to 

SANDRA WERBLOWSKY 



MOTHER and DAD 
MICHEL and HARVEY 



Best Wishes to 

LEAH 

fram 

HAUSMAN BROS., INC. 



124 



Best of Luck and 
liatzlacha Raba 
to Our Daughter 

ESTHER 



MR. & MRS. WEIN 



In Honor of 
The Lovely Graduates 

MINDY HOCHBERG and 
DVORAH SROLOFF 

nnth Our Best Wishes 
for the Future 

DR. & MRS. HAROLD LEVINE 



Congratrdations to 

HEDY 

from 

A FRIEND 



Best Wishes to 
Our Daughter 

HEDY 



LOTTIE & HENRY SPIRA 
and SON SIDNEY 



Best Wishes to 

DVORAH SROLOFF 



SEMEL & SON 

Self Service Food Center 

5013 13th AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Best Wishes to 

DVORAH SROLOFF 

• 

KURTZ & SCHNALL 
PHARMACY 

Hyman Kurtz, Ph.G. 

"The Name to Remember 

for Prescriptions" 

Cor. 49th STREET & 13th AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

GE 6-9377 



Compliments to 

THE SROLOFF FAMILY 



MR. & MRS. 
LOUIS SCHLESSINGER 



Congratulations to 

SANDRA STEINHARDT 

• 

CIRCLE SERVICE STATION 

Mobilubrication Service 

OPEN 24 HOURS 

Free Toiving Service 

34-67 FRANCIS LEWIS BLVD. 
Queens, N. Y. 



\ 



125 




Loadfí of Lvrk to 

THE WIENER TWINS 

• 

HERSHEY & PAUL 

Quality Fruits and Vegetables 

4712 13th AVENUE 
Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 

GE 6-4744 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

FRANCINE and 
BETTY WIENER 

from 

KINOR DAVID 

Orthodox Kosher Meat 
Provisio7i 



Best Wishes to 

BETTY and 
FRANCINE WIENER 



BERNARD BROWN, D.C. 

"HEALTH THROUGH 
CHIROPRACTIC" 



To . . . 

THE WIENER TWINS 

This insertion comes as punishment 

for trifling with the adinoyiition 

of the Sage Avtolyon: 

'Scholars, be careful with your words!' 



ISAAC SHERSHOWITZ 



Best Wishes to 
Our Lovely Niece 

BRENDA WISHENGRAD 



UNCLE SID & AUNT VERA 
RAYMOND & LEONA 



Congratulations to 

ALL THE GRADUATES 

Compliments of 

ROSE & IRVING 
WEINSTEIN 



Good Luck to 

THE GRADUATING 
CLASS OF '60 

Compliments of 

RABBI & MRS. 
SAUL S. KASSIN 



Compliments of 

RATNER'S DAIRY 
RESTAURANT 

SECOND AVENUE 

Bet. 6th and 7th Streets 

New York, N. Y. 



126 



Congratulations to 

DOROTHY 

on Her Graduation 

• 

P. MOSKOVIE 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 
Our Daughter 

EILEEN 

from 

Mr. & Mrs. Elbaum 
Barbara David Shimie 



Congratulations to 
Oiir Niece 

SHIFRA NULMAN 

from, 

Mr. & Mrs. 

David Hammerman 

and Family 



Congratulations and 

Best Wishes to 

Our Dear Granddaughter 

SHIFRA NULMAN 

Upon Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Nulman 

Newark, N. J. 



Best Wishes of Mazel Tov 
to Our Sweet Granddaughter 

SHIFRA NULMAN 

Upon Her Graduation 

Rabbi & Mrs. 
Haim J. Weinberg 

New York City 



To ... 

ETHEL ORENT 

The Best of Lmck in Israel 
from 

YOUR FRIENDS 

Best Wishes to 

PHYLLIS BAUER 

on Her Graduation and 
Heartiest Success in the Future 

MOM and DAD and IRA 

Congratulations to 

ABBY 

from 

WALLACH BROS. 

1780 Fulton Street, Bklyn. 33, N. Y. 
Congratulations to 

ABBY 

and the Graduating Class of 1960 

Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Goldstein 
Mark Ira and Ricky Steven 



Dl 5-2340 



Dl 2-6772 



Wech+er Fuel 
Oil Co. 

Fuel Oil Sales 

and Service 

Licensed and Bonded 

Oil Burner Installations 

453 New Lots Avenue 
Brooklyn 7, N. Y. 



^ 



127 




BEST WISHES TO 

CECILLE ABRAMOWITZ 
HANDLEMAN FURS 

Syd and David. Manufauturers • Established 1905 

Showrooms in New York and San Francisco 

350 Seventh Avenue, Nevi York 1, N. Y. - PE 6-1321 

BEST WISHES TO 

IRENE ROSENFELD 

FROM 

STUTZ SALES AND SERVICE 



Dealers in Fine Ne 
1675 Bruckner Blvd. - 



and Used Cars ai 
Bronx 54, N. Y. 



Tl 2-8443 



BEST WISHES TO 

IRENE ROSENFELD 

FROM 

JULIUS SPIVACK 

Manufacturing Jewelers 
50 WEST 47th STREET - NEW YORK 36, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES AND 

ELLEN SIEGFRIED 

FROM 

CHARLES WILDER 

Mayor of East New York 
2963 FULTON STREET - BROOKLYN 8, N. Y. 

Mazel Tov and Hatzlacha to 

SHEILA ROKEACH 

from 

MOM AND DAD 
Adelle - Lenny - Helene 

Best Wishes tn 

SHEILA ROKEACH 

Mr. & Mrs. Blatt 

Semel & Son 

Mr. & Mrs. Flusberg 

Lois of Mazel and Success to 

LILLIAN FRANK 

in All Her Endeavors 
from. 

A DEAR FRIEND 

GOOD LUCK TO 

PHYLLIS DRILLICK 

FROM 

PAM OIL CO., INC. 

Fuel Oil, Heating and Air Conditioning 
1944 UTICA AVENUE - BROOKLYN 34, N. Y. 



Best Wishes and Mazel Tov to 
Our Daughter and Sister 

JUDY GOLDINER 
MOM DAD BASHY 

Congratulatio7is and Best Wishes to 

BARBARA NEUHAUS 

from 

GRANDMA 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

SHULAMITH SEEVE 

Mr. Louis Feine 

Mr. & Mrs. M. Seeve 

Zave - David - Shanie 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to Our Daughter 

MARILYN 

on Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Hersh Fruchter 

Congratulations to Our Niece 

MARTHA 

on Her Graduation 

Uncle Solomon Aunt Rachel 
Cousin Harry from Canada 

Mazel Tov to 

MARTHA 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. M. RIMALT 

Congratulations to 

SHEILA RESNICK 

from 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Kotin 
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Terrace 

BEST WISHES TO 

SHEILA RESNICK 

FROM 

KLEEN-RITE STORES 

Modern French Cleaners Free Pick-Up and Delivery 
1792 FULTON STREET ■ BROOKLYN 33, N. Y. 



128 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JUDY GOLDINER 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

S. & S. BAKCRY & DAIRY 

111 SUHER AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Best Wishes to 

BERNICE GOLDBERG 

Upon Her Graduation 

A FRIEND 

Congratulations to 

SULAMITA 

from 

SHELDON RUBIN 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JUDY GOLDINER 

FROM 

B. & J. FABRICS 

263 WEST 40th STREET 
New York 18, N. Y. 

Best Wishes to 

JUDY GOLDINER 

from 

A FRIEND 

BEST WISHES TO 

LORRAINE LANGNER 

FROM 

FEIGENBAUM'S MANSION 

159 RIVINGTON STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

Mazel Tov to 

JUDY GOLDINER 

from 

Mr. & Mrs. William Levy 
and Family 

BEST WISHES TO 

SHULAMITH MOSHEL 

FROM 

Weiss Monumental Works 

Authorized Flintrock Dealer - All Monuments Insured 
1723 Pitkin Awe., Brooklyn, N. Y. • 0! 2-2493-4-7555 



Congratulations to 

MARILYN GOTTLIEB 

Upon Her Graduation 

Anna and Louis Gelman 

Mazel Tov and 
Best Wishes to 

MARILYN GOTTLIEB 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. M. S. COHEN 

BEST WISHES TO 

JEAN LOEB 

FROM 

6th AVENUE LIQUOR STORE 

Choice Selection of Wines and Liquors 
E903 6th AVENUE, BKLYN. 9, N. Y. - SH 5-5199 

BEST WISHES TO 

LINDA LEVITAN 

FROM 

Elliot Alkow Dairy Products 

339 GREENWICH STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

LINDA LEVITAN 

FROM 

Isidore Shimansky Bakery 

Orders Taken for Weddings, Parties - Saturday Observed 
502 EAST 95th STREET, BKLYN. 12, N. Y. - HY 5-0840 

Congratulations to 

SHAINDY 

from 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving Engelman 

LOADS OF LUCK TO 

JEAN LOEB 

FROM 

BLOCH & FALK, INC. 

strictly Kosher Meats and Provisions 
4100 Broadway N. Y. C. 33 - WA 7-5010 - 10 85360 

BEST WISHES TO 

FRANCES GREENBERG 

FROM 

MEAL MART 

Caterers to All Social Functions - ''Your Personal Chef" 
779 NOSTRAND AVENUE - BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



129 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SHARON FRIEDKIN 

FROM 

WARREN DRY GOODS CO. 

Wholesale Distributors of Hosiery, Underwear. Clothing 
64 EAST BROADWAY, NEW YORK 2, N. Y. - CA 6-0100-1 



Best Wishes to 
All the Graduates 

MECHUTAN FUR CORP. 



Our Best Wislies to 

Rena Feldbin & Chavy Baron 

from 

Louis & Leah Baron 

In Honor of 
My Oldest Granddaughter 

RENA FELDBIN 

Lnre . . . 

ZADDIE WEINER 

Coyigratulations to 
My Cousin 

BARBARA EPSTEIN 

l' pou Her Giinliiafion 

BARNET KLEINFELD 

Ma::el Tuv to 
Our Daughter 

BARBARA EPSTEIN 

from 

MOM DAD BROT HER 

BEST WISHES TO 

DVORA APPEL 

FROM 

FOREST CLEANERS 

116-09 METROPOLITAN AVENUE 
Kew Gardens, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

DVORA APPEL 

FROM 

DON KEW CHEMISTS 

116-07 Metropolitan Ave. ■ Kew Gardens, N. Y. 

"The Rexall Store" ■ Prompt Delivery ■ HI 1-2424 



BEST WISHES TO 

SHARON FRIEDKIN 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

HIRSHBERG BROS., INC. 



Wholesalers of Men's 
54 EAST BROADWAY • 



nd Boys' Sportswear 
NEW YORK 2, N. Y. 



Good Litcl: to 

SHARON FRIEDKIN 

Upov Her Graduation 

GOTTLIEB FAMILY 

Congratulaitons to 

SHARON FRIEDKIN 

Upon Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Markman 
and Family 

BEST WISHES TO 

SHARON FRIEDKIN 

AND ALL THE SENIORS 
UPON THEIR GRADUATION 

S. STROM INC, 

45 EAST BROADWAY ■ NEW YORK CITY 

BEST WISHES TO 

RENA FELDBIN 

FROM 

ATLAS GLASS CO. 

Drivein Service - Auto Glass - General Glazii 
32-24 STEINWAY STREET, L.I.C. 5, N. Y. • RA 8- 



Congratulations to 

BERNICE FINE 

Upon Her Graduation 



LOADS OF SUCCESS TO 

LILLIAN FRANK 

FROM 

O. SWIRSKY 

Paint Supplies - Wallpaper - Est, 1812 
4170 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 33, N. Y. - WA 7-3637 

MAZEL TOV TO 

PHYLLIS DRILLICK 

FROM 

ISRAEL MANOR, INC. 

Strictly Kosher Caterers 
58 WILLIAMS AVE. - BKLYN. 7, N. Y. • 01 6-5830 



130 



Best Wishes to 
Our Cousin 

BARBARA EPSTEIN 

from 

MR. & MRS. FINK 



Covgratulations to 

BARBARA EPSTEIN 

frtnn Her Coiiitiiis 

Mr. & Mrs. I. Pickholz 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Pickholz 

Coynjriifulationf; to 

BARBARA EPSTEIN 

from 

MR. & MRS. JONAS 

Conr/ratulafiovs to 

BARBARA EPSTEIN 

froni 

MR. & MRS. M. ROiSER 

Gnoil Lurk la 

SHULAMITH GLUCK 

0» Her Grodno' ¡nil 

A FRIEND 

BEST WISHES TO 

LILLIAN FRANK 

FROM 

Schild Brothers Delicatessen 

strictly Kosher ■ Supervision of Rabtji Dr Jos. Breuer 
1339 St. Nicholas Ave., New York 33, N. Y. - WA 7-5997 

BEST WISHES TO 

PHYLLIS DRILLICK 

FROM 

TED SALIT CO., INC. 

"Insurance That Insures" 
45 COURT STREET - BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

BEST WISES TO 

LILLIAN FRANK 

FROM 

CUSTOM CLEANERS - TAILORS 

Ttie House of Fine Quality Work 
1310 St. Nicholas Ave., New York 38, N. Y. - WA 7-4600 



Congratulations to 

SHULAMITH GLUCK 

upon Her Graduation 

HILLMAN OIL CO. 

MR. HILLMAN LUDVIK 
Coriffrntulntiona to 

SULAMITA 

Upon Her Gradiintioyi 

SAMUEL PILLER 

Conf/ratulntions to 

AUNTIE SHULIE GLUCK 

from 

Israel Bernard 
Miriam Goodman & Parents 



Befit Wisltes to 

SHULAMITH GLUCK 

from 

ERLE BATTELLE 

BEST WISHES TO 

RACHEL KALTER 

FROM 

ASSOCIATED BUTTON CO. 

920 BROADWAY - NEW YORK, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

EILEEN ELBAUM 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

SEA HORSE FISHERIES 

118-88 METROPOLITAN AVENUE 
Kew Gardens 15, N. Y. 



Coiif/ratulatio7is to 

EILEEN ELBAUM 

Lipon Her Graduation 

A FRIEND 



BEST WISHES TO 

EILEEN ELBAUM 

FROM 

SAXON SERVICE STATION 

Complete Auto Service and Repairs 
89-24 Metropolitan Ave. • West Forest Hills, L. I. 




Cnnomttihitinnx in 

HARRIET INSLER 
HERMAN FAMILY 



Good Luck to 

TOBY GLASS 

Aunt Sylvia, Uncle David 
and Alter 

Best Wislies and Success Alu'nys to 

TOBY GLASS 

I ¡■mil 

Aunt Gertie, Uncle David 
and Boys 

Mar.cl Too to 

OUR OWN "TOBY" 

from 

MOM AND DAD 

GOOD LUCK TO 

SHARON FRIEDKIN 

FROM 

MORRIS PALL & SONS 

Jobbers in Bedding, Carpeting and Furniture 
43 EAST BROADWAY ■ NEW YORK, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

HANNAH ELSTEIN 

FROM 

N. & M. Seltzer Pharmacy 

Expert Prescriptionist - Phone DE 2-5881 
324 BRIGHTON BEACH AVE. - BROOKLYN 35, N. Y. 

Bc^l Wislies to 

SHARON FRIEDKIN 

from 

IRVING WINELL 

Congratulations to 
My Darling Granddaughter 

NAOMI FUCHS 

from 

FANNIE SIEGEL 



BEST WISHES TO 

VIRTUE KRESCH 

FROM 

J. SCHACHTER 

Mfr. of Quilts - Jobber m Blankets, Feathers, Pillows 
115 Allen St., New York 2, N. Y. • GR 5-9315; 7-7940 

LOADS OF GOOD LUCK TO 

VIRTUE KRESCH 

FROM 

SHOWERAMA COMPANY 

22 WEST 26th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

VIRTUE KRESCH 

FROM 

CAMEO DRY GOODS, INC. 

299 GRAND STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

Congratulations to The 
Smartest Girl in School 

NAOMI FUCHS 

In fill 

Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Paul 

In Memory of 

MY DEAR HUSBAND 
MRS. HADER 



Congratulations to 
Our Exceptional Daughter 

NAOMI FUCHS 

ivho has always been 
a source of deep joy to ?is 

MOTHER AND FATHER 



Congratulations to 

SHULAMITH GLUCK 

fro m 

A FRIEND 

Bracha and Hatdacha to 

HARRIET 

in all her future endeavors 

PHIL & LILLY KAHAN 



132 



BEST WISHES TO 

LINDA LEVITAN 

FROM 

SOL PASSICK & SON, INC. 

Quality Paints and Wallpapers 
9504 Church Aue., Bklyn. 12, N. Y. - HY 8-5454; 5410 

Congraiuhitions to 
Our Lovinc] Granddniighter 

SELMA 

(Hid Her Sister Graduntix 

MR. & MRS. K. GREENBERG 

BEST WISHES TO 

JUDY GOLDINER 

FROM 

CAMBRIDGE FABRICS CO. 

260 WEST 39th STREET 
New York 18, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

LORRAINE LANGNER 

FROM 

A. GERSHON CO., INC. 

138 WEST 38th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

LORRAINE LANGNER 

FROM 

SIDAN TEXTILE CORP. 

Converters of Taffetas and Marquisettes 
101 West 37th St., New York 18, N. Y. - LO 4-5864-5 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

LORRAINE LANGNER 

FROM 

JOLO COUTURE 

525 SEVENTH AVENUE 
New York, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

LIBBY KOENIGSBERG 

FROM 

Crown Heights Hebrew 
Book Store 

382 Kingston A»e., Bklyn. 25, N. Y. - HY 30833 

Congratulations to 

LIBBY KOENIGSBERG 

from 

Dr. Harry A. S. Tanenbaum 



BEST WISHES TO 

LORRAINE LANGNER 

FROM 

EMJAY PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Candid - Portrait ■ Movies - Stereo 
201 East Broadway, N. Y. C. 2 - OR 42616 

BEST WISHES TO 

MARILYN GOTTLIEB 

FROM 

JACOB GREEN, D.D.S. 

Closed Saturday 
499 Montgomery Street, Bklyn. 25, N. Y. PR 2-8606 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to Our Daughter 

JEANE 

and Classmates 

MOTHER, DAD and OMA 

BEST WISHES TO 

CHARLOTTE MOSCHEL 

FROM 

Precision Radio-TV Service 

985 BERGEN STREET 
Newark, N. J. 

BEST WISHES TO 

CHARLOTTE MOSCHEL 

FROM 

Nathan's Kosher Delicatessen 

Affiliated with Hebrew National— "From a Bite to a Meal" 
467 Albany Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. ■ PR 3-9723 

BEST WISHES TO 

SHULAMITH MOSHEL 

FROM 

ESTA KRONICK 

Electrolysis (Hair Removal) by Appt , Tues., Thurs., Sat. 
87 Livonia Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. - HY 5-3232 

BEST WISHES TO 

PEARL KUFLIK 

FROM 

ARVIN PHARMACY 

D. Tilevitz and C, Wilkes, Registered Pharmacists 
29-01 Broadway, Astoria, L. I. - AS 8-5606 

To 

VIRTUE KRESCH 

Hatzlacha Raba 

RABBI & MRS. SIMCHA 



133 



BEST WISES TO 

JEANE LOEB 

FROM 

RUTH DRESSES 

461 St. Nicholas Ave., N. Y. 33, N. Y. 
279A W. 231sf Street, Bronx 63, N. Y. 



TO 7-1627 
Kl 3-3960 



BEST WISHES TO 

JUDI GOTTLIEB 

FROM 


Mazel Tov to 

HARRIET NAIMARK 


1. TAGER FOOD MARKET 


from 


1158 LENOX ROAD 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


RALF BASH 


LOAOS OF MAZEL TO 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 


JUDI GOTTLIEB 


SAUNDRA HAMM 


FROM 


FROM 


ISIR WASSERMAN 


POLLACK CLEANERS 


Fruits and Vegetables 


Closed Saturdays 


365 EAST 98th STREET - BROOKLYN, N. Y. 


431 Kingston Ave., cor. Empire Blvd. - Brooklyn, N. Y. 



BEST WISHES TO 

FRANCES GRECNBERG 

FROM 

MITTMAN'S PHARMACY 

167 HAVEIVIEYER STREET 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Best Wishes to 

BARBARA NISSEL 

from 

Alice and Bernard Chesir 



BEST WISHES TO 

JUDY HAMBER 

FROM 

PATIO PHARMACY 

542 FLATBUSH AVENUE 
IN 2-5303 - Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

BARBARA NISSEL 

FROM 

CARD LANE, INC. 

Greeting Cards and Stationery 
972 Flatbush Avenue - Brooklyn, N. Y. - IN 9-6483 

Congratulations to 

SHULAMITH MOSHEL 

on Her Graduation 
from 

W. MAZER 



Mazel Tov to 

SHULAMITH MOSHEL 

froyn 

A FRIEND 



BEST WISHES TO 

JUDY HAMBER 

FROM 

Automatic Transmissions 

18 CHURCH AVENUE 
UL 4-1399 - Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Besi Wishes to 

HARRIET NAIMARK 

from 

Uncle Tovya and Aunt Edna 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

FRANCINE and BETTY 

FROM 

HELMAR DRUGS 



M. Blutslein, Prop. 
423 DITMAS AVENUE - 



- UL 4-4876 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



BEST WISHES TO 

Betty and Francine Wiener 

FROM 

Moscovitz Sea Food, Inc. 

4020 13th AVENUE 
GE 8-9888 - Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

CHARLOTTE WIESELMAN 

FROM 

Crown Venetian Blind Co. 

AI Yudin, Prop. - PR 4-7902 
889 NOSTRAND AVENUE • BROOKLYN, N. Y. 




l.H 



BEST WISHES TO 

BARBARA NEUHAUS 

FROM 

DR. HERMAN KLOTZ 

Dentist — By Appointment 
239 E. Broadway, New York 2, N. Y. ■ GR 5-7618 

Complimentary of 

BARBARA NEUHAUS 

f)-on, 

ROSE-ANN CLEANERS 

Conrpiimevtnry to 

BARBARA NEUHAUS 

fnnii 

S. SMALL & SONS 

BEST WISHES TO 

FRANCES GREENBERG 

FROM 

MR. & MRS. STUCZYNSKI 

436 EASTERN PARKWAY 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

Mazcl Tor I o 

SUZIE 

Dad Mom Grandma 
Edith and Lilly 

/?r.s'/ ir/.s//r.s- /„ 

EILEEN STEINBERG 

frow 

MR. & MRS. GETTINGER 

BEST WISHS TO 

SANDRA STEINHARDT 

FROM 

Diamant, Lipp & Levy, Inc. 

136-86 Roosevelt Avenue - Flushing 54, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

SANDRA STEINHARDT 

FROM 

NATHAN EAGLE 

strictly Kosher Meat and Poultry Market 
200-13 32n(I AVENUE - BAYSIDE WEST, L. I. 



GOOD LUCK TO 

THE WIENER GIRLS 

FROM 

MEAL MART 

4621 13th AVENUE ■ BROOKLYN, N. Y. - UL 4-7800 
CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JUDY TAUBENBLATT 

FROM 

Semel & Sons Grocery Store 

5013 13th AVENUE - BROOKLYN, N. Y. ■ GE 5-263; 
CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JUDY TAUBENBLATT 
Dr. & Mrs. Otto Napelbaum 



1248 -49lh STREET 



BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



Maze! Tov and Best Wislien to 

NECHAMA 

frow 

Ben Lefkowitz & Family 

Congratulations and Best Wislies 
to Onr Dear Niece 

HEDY SPIRA 
David & Judith Spira 

Ma:rl Tor tn 

JUDY TAUBENBLATT 

from 

THE FAMILY 

BEST WISHES TO 

REVA SHULMAN 

FROM 

GOLDREICH BROS. 

46 EAST BROADWAY - NEW YORK 2, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SHULAMITH SEEVE 

FROM 

DR. I. LEVINE 

144 REMSEN AVENUE - BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



135 




Besí ir;.s//cs to 

SHEILA RESNICK 

frnm 

NISSIM HIZME 

ISRAELI ART JEWELRY COMPANY 
89 Canal Street, New York 2, N. Y. ■ WAIker 5-8566 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SHEILA RESNICK 
IRVING MENDELSON 

Stamps for Collectors-Mint, Used, Singles, Plate Blocks 
Souvenir Sheets and First Day Covers 
645 Ocean Parkway • Brooklyn, N. Y. 

GOOD LUCK TO 

SHEILA RESNICK 

l-ROM 

HOPKINSON LAUNDRY 

318 HOPKINSON AVENUE 
Dl 5-8470 • Res.: E« 5-1757 - Brooklyn, N. Y- 

Besf Wislies tu 

PEARL RABINOWITZ 

from 

DR. H. BLOCK 



BEST WISHES TO 

RUTHIE PLATNICK 

FROM 

S. SMALL & SON 

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET 
118 Riwinglon Street - New York 2, N. Y. • GR 5-6624 



To 

MINDY HOCHBERG 

CoDiptimcnts of 

A FRIEND 

BEST WISHES TO 

PHYLLIS OBERMEISTER 

FROM 

MAJESTIC STORES 

86 ORCHARD STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

GOOD LUCK TO 

RICKY NUSSBAUM 

FROM 

STEINER FASHIONS 

Elmer Sterner - Bella Sterner 
545 West End Ave. - New York 24, N. Y. • TR 3-6255 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

PHYLLIS OBERMEISTER 

FROM 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Tanowitz 

AND FAMILY 
247 EAST 91st STREET ■ BROOKLYN 12, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

PHYLLIS OBERMEISTER 
FINE-TONE DECORATORS 

Drapes, Curlains. Spreads Ready Made jnd 

Made to Order — Closed Saturdays 
568 LIVONIA AVENUE - BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

RICKY NUSSBAUM 

FROM 

TAM TOV CATERERS 

4723 CHURCH AVENUE 
HY 3-4167 - Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 

Love to 

SHAINDY HAUSMAN 

0)1 tlic Occasion of 
Hvr Graduation 

FAIGY and NORMAN 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SAUNDRA HAMM 

FROM 

ANN'S CORSET SHOP 

Ready Made and To Order - Stiomer Stiabbos 
459 ALBANY AVENUE - PR 8-1896 

BEST WISHES TO 

SANDRA HAMM 

FROM 

HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP 

597 EMPIRE BLVD., cor. KINGSTON AVE. 
PR 3-8513 - Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SL 6-4747 PIÎ :J-yi(50 

Good Luck, Graduates 

HY. J. BRANDOFF 

4(18 ALBANY AVENUE 
Cor. Empire Blvd. Brrklyn, N. Y. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

MARTHA 

ON HER GRADUATION 

Gross & Rosenbaum Butchers 

372 KINGSTON AVENUE 
Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 



136 



Congratulations to 
My Granddaiir; liter 

DVORAH SROLOFF 



BEST WISHES TO 

DVORAH SROLOFF 

FROM 

BORO FUEL OIL CO. 

■■The Oil That Keeps Warm Friends" 
2 Church Avenue - Brooklyn 18, N. Y. - UL 4-7500-1 •2-3 

BEST WISHES TO 

SUZAN WEINMAN 

FROM 

SEASIDE PERFUME CO. 

Perfumes and Cosmetics 
715 Brighton Beach Avenue - Brooklyn 35, N. Y. 

Congratulationft and Best Wishes 
to J\h) Cousin 

HEDY SPIRA 

trohi 

SAMUEL SPIRA 

BEST WISHES TO 

ROSE KALISH 

FROM 

FISHER PHARMACY 

Prescription Pharmacists • David C. Fisher, Ph.G. 
476 MacDonald Awe., nr. Church Ave. • Bklyn., N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

HARRIET INSLER 

FROM 

B. & L. ZIPPER CO. 

4724 NEW UTRECHT AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

HARRIET INSLER 

FROM 

COAST EXTERMINATING CO. 

23 CLINTON STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

To 

HARRIET INSLER 

Congratulations on Your Achievement 
May the future brinu eoiil i>iiud success. 

Mr. & Mrs. Moses Brecher 
and Sons 



Congratutaitons to 

SHULAMITH SEEVE 

troiu 

DR. SOL GOLDSTEIN 



Congratulations and Best Wislies 
to Our Granddaughter 

SHULAMITH SEEVE 

from 

RABBI & MRS. J. M. LESIN 



Congratulations to 

SHULAMITH SEEVE 

/ rom 

Jacob & Miriam Hiesiger 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 


to Our Daughter 


IRENE 


on Her Graduation 


MR. & MRS. H. ROSENFELD 


To 


IRENE 


May the road ahead of you 


he a successful one. 


HY GRADE WORKERS 



Best Wishes to 

ELLEN SIEGFRIED 

from 

Dr. & Mrs. I. G. Lichtman 



BEST WISHES TO 

GLORIA KATZ 

FROM 

BORO FUEL OIL CO. 

■•The Oil That Keeps Warm Friends " 
2 Church Avenue - Brooklyn 18, N. Y. - UL 75001-2-3 



Congratulations to 
Our Cousin and Friend 

SULAMITA 

Isaac Shapiro 

Mr. & Mrs. Schwartz 

Wachtell Pharmacy 



137 



î 



BEST WISHES TO 

CAROLE and PHYLLIS 

FROM 

Mauzone Catering Service 

427 KINGSTON AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Congratulations to 

THE ZAUDERER TWINS 

from 

A FRIEND 

BEST WISHES TO 

BONNIE ZWEBNER 

FROM 

MATTIS YELLIN, D.C., Ph.G. 

Chiropractor ■ Hours by Appointment 
1081 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y. - PR 3-1856 

CY 8-3356 Res.: SL 6-4725 

FRIEDMAN & STEINBERG 

Glatt Kosher Meat and Poultry 

Bar B-Q Chicken 

772 EAST 180th STREET 

Free Delivery Bronx, N. Y. 

Best Wishes to 

ALL THE GRADUATES 

fro7n 

MR. & MRS. MAX LERNER 

EV 7-9856 

Cohen & Rosner Kosher Meats 

53 LEE AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

ALL THE GRADUATES 

FROM 

WEISS & SEIDENFELD 

Glatt Kosher Meat Market 
369 KINGSTON AVENUE - BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

THE GRADUATES 

FROM 

Made-Well Appliance Corp. 

1735 PITKIN AVENUE 
EV 5-4400 - Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 



GOOD LUCK TO 

ALL THE GRADUATES 

FDM 

M. RESNICK BARBER SHOP 

"Shomer Shabbos" 
1808A Protpecl Place, nr. Saratoga Ave., B'klyn, N.Y. 

Congratidatioyis to 

NAOMI KURTZ 

from 

Charles Gonikman & Son 

Best Wishes to 

NAOMI KURTZ 

from 

HILLMAN FUEL OIL CO. 



A Friend of 

SYLVIA MARK 



From a Friend of 

FINA LANDGARTEN 



Greetings to 

FAIGIE LANDGARTEN 



Greetings to 

FINA LANDGARTEN 

Mazel Tov Likalati 

NECHAMA 

Beahavah 

MAYER 



c. 



ompíimen 



ta of 



The Elegante Shop 

England Neckwear Co. 

KovG Qualify Co. 

Boro Park Hebrew Book Store 

Mildred Kaplan 

Saul Reiner 

Arnold A. Taran 

N. Kramer 

Gaylord Cleaners 

Dr. Sol Savad 

Rubenson Pharmacy 

Nathanson 

Accommodating Appliance Corp. 

Card Box 

Marietta's Imports 

D. Maltz 

Pearl Kuflik, a Friend 

Dave Eiges 

Mardi Gras 

Frances Town and 
Country Clothes 

Chernoff & Chernoff 

F. Markel Jewelers 

Gartener's Bake Shop 

Regency Cleaners 



Morton Spira 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Schiffer 

L. Edelstein 

Ephraim Stern, Butcher 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Landau 

Eddy's School Supplies 

Samuel Moskof, 
Heights Laundry 

Freedman Glatt Kosher Meats 

K. Lessor's Jewelry Store 

H. Kaminsky 

M. Javitz, Delicatessen 

Libby Koenigsberg, a Friend 

J. B. Roller, Optometrist 

Apman's Luncheonette 

Speedway Food Stores 

Jack's Quality Fruits 
and Vegetables 

Bessie's Corset Shop 

Phyllis Shoe Store 

Friend of Pearl Senderowitz 

Olis Knitting Mills 

Hartley's Ladies' Apparel 

Normandie Press, Inc. 

Shaindy's Friends- 
Red and Irving 



139 



Eastern Press, Inc., 33 Flatbush Ave., B'klyn 17 




n 




inn5 



140